New rules proposed for charities to employ lawyers
Charles Gluckstein says he has concerns that the discussion around alternative business structures may persist beyond the scope of non-profits. Photo: Laura Pedersen

New rules proposed for charities to employ lawyers

Ontario lawyers and bencher contenders say they are hoping that new proposed rules for alternative business structures limit the corporate influence on lawyers, as a long-standing debate on the issue comes to the fore this spring.

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