Erik S. Knutsen
"Causation in Canadian Insurance Law," 50 ALBERTA L REV 631-658 (2013).
"Coping with Complex Causation Information in Personal Injury Cases," 41 ADVOCATES QUARTERLY 149-178 (2013).
"Five Problems with Personal Injury Litigation (And What To Do About It!), 40 ADVOCATES QUARTERLY 492-517 (2013).
"Fortuity Clauses in Liability Insurance: Solving Coverage Dilemmas for Intentional and Criminal Conduct" 37 QUEENS L.J. 73 (2011).
"Auto Insurance as Social Contract: Solving Automobile Insurance Coverage Disputes Through a Public Regulatory Framework" 48 ALBERTA L. REV. 715 (2011).
"Causal Draws and Causal Inferences: A Solution to Clements v. Clements (and other causation cases)" 39 ADVOCATES QUARTERLY 241 (2011).
"The Cost of Costs: The Unfortunate Deterrence of Everyday Civil Litigation in Canada" 36 QUEENS L.J. 113 (2010).
"Clarifying Causation in Tort" 33 DALHOUSIE L.J. 153 (2010).
"Keeping Settlements Secret," 37 FLORIDA STATE U. L. REV. 945 (2010).
"Confusion About Causation in Insurance: Solutions for Catastrophic Losses,” 61 ALABAMA L. REV. 957 (2010).
Co-author with Jeffrey Stempel and Peter N. Swisher, PRINCIPLES OF INSURANCE LAW, 4th ed. (LexisNexis U.S.: 2011).
"The Economics of Litigation," Limitation of Actions," "Settlement," "Intervention," "Consolidation," "Addition of Claims," and "Joinder of Multiple Parties" in Janet Walker et al, THE CIVIL LITIGATION PROCESS: CASES AND MATERIALS, 7th ed. (Emond Montgomery: 2010).
Erik S. Knutsen & Janet Walker, "What is the Cost of Litigating in Canada?" in Christopher Hodges, Stephan Vogenauer and Magdalena Tulibacka, eds., THE COSTS AND FUNDING OF CIVIL LITIGATION: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE (Hart: 2010).
“Why Compensating Medical Malpractice Patients Fails in Canada: Empirical Evidence from the Court of Appeal for Ontario" U. de Montreal "Compensation and the Common Law" conference, Montreal, PQ (March 21, 2014).
"Negligent Misrepresentation Damages: Tort versus Contract” National Judicial Institute Program for Alberta Queen’s Bench, Calgary, AB (January 30, 2014)
“From Fortuity to Morality and Back: Re-envisioning Liability Insurance Coverage for Intentional and Criminal Conduct” Rutgers-Camden School of Law Centre for Risk and Responsibility, Camden, New Jersey, U.S.A. (September 21, 2013).
Keynote Address: "Understanding Causation" Advocates Society Annual 'Tricks of the Trade' Conference, Toronto, ON (January 27, 2012).
“Fortuity Clauses in Liability Insurance: Solving Coverage Dilemmas for Intentional and Criminal Conduct” Canadian Law and Economics Association Annual Conference, Toronto, Ontario (September 24, 2011).
"Teaching Procedure Across Common Law Systems: Canada," "Scholarly Symbiosis: Canadian Civil Procedure Teaching and Scholarship," and "Teaching Civil Procedure as Integrated System in Canada," Oxford-Queens-Osgoode Project on Civil Procedure, Herstmenceux, England (June 26, 2010).
Canadian Studies Visiting Lecture, "Canada's Accident Compensation System: Some Reflections for China," Fudan University School of Law, Shanghai, China (May 6, 2010).
“Fortuity Clauses in Insurance: Moral Hazard or Moral Crusade?” Spring Conference on Contracts – University of Nevada, Las Vegas (February 27, 2010).
“Confusion About Causation in Insurance: Solutions for Catastrophic Losses” Asia-Pacific Risk and Insurance Association Annual Conference, Peking University, Beijing, China (July 20, 2009).
Co-applicant, "The Cost of Justice: Weighing the Costs of Fair and Effective Resolution to Legal Problems"
Law Students Society Teaching Award - Faculty of Law, Queen's University (2010 and 2007)
Member, Law Commission for Ontario: Law Faculty Advisory Group
Member, Ontario Chief Justice's Advisory Committee on Professionalism
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP – Associate, Litigation Department, New York, NY
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP – Associate, Research/Litigation Departments, Toronto, ON
Carrel+Partners LLP – Associate, Litigation Department, Thunder Bay, ON