Dennis Hori, Q.C.

Dennis-Hori

PROFILE

Dennis is a civil litigation partner with Fulton & Company LLP. He has extensive trial, appellate and administrative law experience. Dennis has a general litigation practice which includes commercial litigation, personal injury claims, insurance claims and employment disputes.

  • Dennis-Hori

    300-350 Lansdowne St.
    Kamloops, BC
    V2C 1Y1
    Tel: 250.372.5542
    Email: dhori@fultonco.com

  • BAR ADMISSIONS

    • Member, Law Society of British Columbia (1984)

    EDUCATION

    • Bachelor of Laws (1983), University of Victoria
    • Bachelor of Science (1980), University of British Columbia

    REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE

    • Recovering compensation for victims in personal injury cases involving serious injuries
    • Representing employers and employees in employment disputes
    • Representing Local Governments in cases which include:
      • Defending Local Governments in negligence claims
      • Providing advice to Local Governments and other clients concerning employment matters including wrongful dismissal, severance and human rights issues
      • Obtaining injunctive relief for Local Governments in by-law enforcement cases

    PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

    Trial Lawyers Association of B.C
    Faculty member for 2013 seminar – “Learning by Doing – Trial Theory vs. Practice”
    Faculty member for 2004 seminar – “Winning at Trial II”

    Insurance Matters
    Presented at the 2005 Local Government Law Conference hosted by Fulton & Company LLP

    Host Liability Update
    Presented at the 2003 Local Government Law Conference hosted by Fulton & Company LLP

    Host Liability
    Presented at the 2001 Local Government Law Conference hosted by Fulton & Company LLP

    Injunctions in Municipal Law
    Presented at the 1999 Local Government Law Conference hosted by Fulton & Company LLP

    PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

    • Member, Civil Resolution Tribunal Personal Injury Working Group, working to create new rules for the Civil Resolution Tribunal Act
    • Member, Kamloops Bar Association
    • Board of Governors, Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
    • Past President, Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
    • Member, American Association for Justice
    • Past member, B.C. Law Institute Advisory Committee for the Project on Technology Remoteness, Disability and Evidence
    • Past member of the Board of Directors for Kamloops Youth Soccer Assoc.
    • Past member of the Board of Directors for Kamloops Youth Resources Society
    • Past member of the Board of Directors for National Association of Japanese Canadians (Kamloops Chapter)
    • Past member, B.C. Multicultural Advisory Council
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