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  • Suspended lawyer runs for bencher March 18, 2019
    A Lawyer whose licence has been suspended after representing his wife in Small Claims Court will be allowed to run in the upcoming bencher election.
  • OCA rethinks sentencing appeals March 18, 2019
    The jurisdictional basis for summary conviction sentence appeals in Ontario was front and centre in a recent ruling by the Ontario Court of Appeal.
  • CAMH, donor square off at court March 18, 2019
    The Court of Appeal for Ontario dismissed an appeal from a foundation that wanted to investigate how its donation had been used by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and the CAMH Foundation.
  • Paralegals push for family law reform in election March 18, 2019
    The Law Society of Ontario is in the midst of a major overhaul of the role of paralegals in family law — and a proposal on the issue could become an imminent issue for the regulator’s newly elected be …
  • Candidates weigh possibility of Pro Bono Ontario levy March 11, 2019
    Candidates for the Law Society of Ontario’s board are split on if and how a fee to support pro bono services should be incorporated into annual fees.
  • Conviction upheld in Court of Appeal ruling March 11, 2019
    The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld the conviction and sentence of the third defendant in an unusual scheme where a Toronto lawyer and two other men committed a nearly $2-million fraud against RBC …
  • No bad faith in province’s green energy cuts March 11, 2019
    The province’s decision to alter a renewable energy program was not misfeasance of public office, a judge said, despite the failure of a small business involved in the program.
  • Legal battle waged over billboard March 4, 2019
    A “Signage enforcement blitz” by the City of Toronto has raised “a potentially profound contest” between the legislation governing signs and the right to expression guaranteed by the Canadian Charter …
  • Claims made under anti-SLAPP laws dismissed March 4, 2019
    Plaintiffs in libel actions stemming from comments in online posts should present evidence of actual harm at an early stage or a proceeding may not be permitted to proceed to trial, the Ontario Court …
  • Solo lawyers, small firms strive for seats at Convocation March 4, 2019
    Sole practitioners and small firms make up the majority of Ontario’s lawyers, and some say Convocation could benefit from more sole practitioners and small-firm lawyers, too.