This Week's Issue
Shannon Kari - Monday, August 24, 2015
An Ontario Superior Court judge is urging the Law Society of Upper Canada to provide more clarity about the rules for lawyers practising independently yet also in association under a common business name.
The Divisional Court’s July 2015 decision in Navistar Canada Inc. v. Superintendent of Financial Services went a long way to resolving the seven-year-old pension saga arising from the company’s decision to reorganize in 2008.
- Diamond & Diamond refutes ‘full frontal assault’
- Law firm partners can bring human rights claims, adjudicator rules
- Employment law giant enters Canadian market
- Court rejects challenge of police practice of posing as journalists
- SCC upholds AMPs in case against Ottawa lawyer
- Focus: Courts getting more aggressive on safety offences