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Raj Anand discusses widespread barriers facing racialized lawyers with Law Times

October 3, 2016
Raj Anand

A recently released report has recommended the Law Society of Upper Canada take a lead role in combatting systemic racism within the legal profession. 

Raj Anand discusses eradicating systemic racism in the legal profession with The Toronto Star

September 21, 2016
Raj Anand

WeirFoulds Partner Raj Anand is co-chair of The Challenges Faced by Racialized Licensees Working Group, a Law Society of Upper Canada working group that is proposing steps to eradicate systemic racism in the legal profession. 

Nikiforos Iatrou discusses merger approval for Canadian fertilizer producers with Reuters

September 6, 2016

Nikiforos Iatrou, competition chair at WeirFoulds spoke to Reuters saying the proposed merger of two major Canadian fertilizer producers is more likely to be approved in Canada than the United States.

Nikiforos Iatrou Discusses Umbrella Purchaser Suits with Law Times

August 30, 2016

Nikiforos Iatrou, competition law partner at WeirFoulds, spoke to Law Times about a Divisional Court decision to grant leave to plaintiffs of an uncertified part of a class action law suit. Niki says the decision means the door is now open for umbrella purchasers to sue.

Lisa Borsook Discusses Advancing Women in the Legal Profession

May 10, 2016
Lisa A. Borsook

WeirFoulds Executive Partner Lisa Borsook was interviewed for an article on advancing women in the legal profession in the May 2016 edition of Lexpert® magazine.

Raj Anand Speaks to Lawyered about the Latest Developments in Human Rights Law

February 24, 2016
Raj Anand

Raj Anand discussed new developments in human rights law in an episode of Lawyered, an independent podcast series that takes a critical look at current Canadian legal issues.

Partner Frank Walwyn on Finding a Niche in Canada and his Native Caribbean

November 19, 2015
Frank E. Walwyn

Partner Frank Walwyn discusses complex cases from his Caribbean litigation practice in the November 2015 edition of Queen's Law Reports.

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Partner Scott Fairley Talks Rewards of International Law with Queen's U

August 20, 2015

Partner Scott Fairley, recipient of the 2015 Ontario Bar Association Award of Excellence in International Law, shares his inspirations for practising law with his alma mater, Queen's University, Faculty of Law.

Marie-Andrée Vermette Discusses Trillium Motor World Class Action against GM Canada and Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP with Canadian Lawyer Inhouse

July 13, 2015
Marie-Andrée Vermette

Marie-Andrée Vermette, partner at WeirFoulds LLP, discussed the recent decision in the Trillium Motor World class action against GM Canada and Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP with Canadian Lawyer Inhouse. Marie-Andrée was part of a team from WeirFoulds that included Bryan Finlay and Michael Statham that represented Trillium Motor World in the case.

Raj Anand Speaks to CBC Radio about Reasonable Accommodation

June 5, 2015
Raj Anand

On June 1, partner Raj Anand spoke with Matt Galloway of CBC Radio's "Metro Morning" on the human rights issue of reasonable accommodation, when religious beliefs and gender equality clashed on the soccer field.

Tenant Demand Propels Sustainable Measures

May 6, 2015
Lisa A. Borsook

"Shopping centre owners are looking for ways to use their centres as depots for internet service providers." Executive partner Lisa Borsook comments on sustainability trends at Toronto's Green Real Estate Conference on April 23, 2015.

Partner Caroline Abela Speaks to News Talk 610 CKTB Radio and 1310News Ottawa about Predatory Marriages

March 3, 2015
Caroline E. Abela

To spread awareness of the growing problem of predatory marriages and aging Canadians, Caroline Abela spoke with Lee Sterry on News Talk 610 CKTB Radio, airing on March 3, and with Ed Hand on 1310News Ottawa, airing on March 5.

Experienced Benchers Offer Insight into Campaign Strategies

March 2, 2015
Raj Anand, W. A. Derry Millar

WeirFoulds partner Raj Anand, bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada since 2007 and 2015 candidate, discusses strategies seasoned benchers can use to get elected. WeirFoulds partner Derry Millar, former bencher, also comments.

Conference to Discuss International Business, Litigation

November 14, 2014

WeirFoulds partner Nikiforos Iatrou co-chairs an international law conference focusing on global collaboration and foreign litigation, while also offering valuable networking opportunities to participants. The 2014 North America Forum in Vancouver presented by the American Bar Association's Section of International Law, runs November 17–18, 2014.

Lisa A. Borsook named to the Ted Rogers School of Management's new Dean's Council

September 18, 2014
Lisa A. Borsook

WeirFoulds LLP Executive Partner Lisa A. Borsook was named among 23 industry leaders selected to be on Ted Rogers School of Management's new Dean's Council; all are dedicated to doing the work necessary to make Canada's entrepreneurial business school even more relevant to the future of industry in our country.

Canadian Lawyers See Eastlink Case As Confirmation of Bureau's Approach

September 18, 2014

WeirFoulds partner Nikiforos Iatrou comments on how a Competition Bureau investigation blocked the Eastlink/Bruce Telecom merger.

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Going the Extra Mile in Construction Law

September 17, 2014
Faren H. Bogach

WeirFoulds associate Faren Bogach discusses overcoming many hurdles as a woman in a male-dominated profession, and how she is making a name for herself in the challenging and engaging field of construction law.

Making Law a Well-Oiled Machine

September 11, 2014
Lisa A. Borsook

Executive partner Lisa Borsook weighs in on the future of national law firms, diversity in the profession and changes in Canada's legal landscape, with a panel of industry players.

International Law Conference to Explore Global Collaboration

September 3, 2014

WeirFoulds partner Nikiforos Iatrou introduces new format for 2014 North America Forum in Vancouver presented by the American Bar Association's Section of International Law, covering global collaboration and foreign litigation, and offering participants the chance to network with counsel from other jurisdictions, both North America and internationally. Nikiforos is co-chairperson of the conference.

Licence to Steal: Caroline Abela on Power of Attorney Abuse

August 6, 2014
Caroline E. Abela

Power of attorney abuse is one of the fastest growing crimes against seniors. On July 31, 2014, Partner Caroline Abela appeared on CHCH's SquareOff to explain:

  • How power of attorney works
  • Why everyone needs a power of attorney
  • Ways to reduce risk of financial abuse

Partner Caroline Abela Speaks to CTV News about Protecting Seniors from Financial Abuse

July 8, 2014
Caroline E. Abela

To spread awareness of the growing crime of financial abuse of seniors, Caroline Abela appeared on "Canada AM" on CTV News on July 8, 2014.

Partner Caroline Abela Speaks to CBC Radio about Protecting Seniors from Financial Abuse

July 8, 2014
Caroline E. Abela

To spread awareness of the growing crime of financial abuse of seniors, Caroline Abela appeared on CBC Radio's "Here and Now" airing in Toronto and "All in a Day" airing in Ottawa on July 8.

If these walls could talk, they'd tell a historic tale

October 16, 2011

Classic Cabbagetown Victorian is a historic home without a history.

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Mississauga bans shark fin products

October 13, 2011

Mississauga councillors unanimously adopted a by-law banning the possession and sale of shark fin products in the city.

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Help save the sharks

October 13, 2011

Cities are taking action by banning the sale of shark fins.

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Legal opinions back fin ban

October 13, 2011

Toronto councillors pushing for a citywide ban of shark fin.

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Building plan appears destined for OMB

October 11, 2011

Proposal for apartment building development in the Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue area.

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Crombie broke election rules?

August 22, 2011

Former Mississauga MP could be the subject of a Municipal Elections Act investigation.

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Polling exposes Elections Act hole: expert; Gauged popularity; 'You want to go in so you can win': Mississauga MP

August 20, 2011

Did former Mississauga-area Liberal MP Bonnie Crombie violate elections law?

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Paying homage to volunteer superstars; John D. McKellar and Simon Foster in the spotlight

July 9, 2011
John D. McKellar CM QC

Toronto reconsiders 'infamous' zoning bylaw

June 27, 2011
Barnet H. Kussner

Toronto reconsidering comprehensive zoning bylaw after OMB faces more than 600 appeals.

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Time to move parking tickets out of court?

June 27, 2011

Is it time to streamline the process to remove things like parking infractions from the courts?

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Billboard battle on Plateau; Sign firms sue Montreal over outdoor ad ban

June 22, 2011
Barnet H. Kussner

Three of Canada's largest sign companies have launched legal action over council decision to ban all advertising billboards within Plateau borough neighbourhood limits.

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Lawyers urged to work out disputes; Northwest development; No date set for start of OMB hearing

June 15, 2011

Impending Ontario Municipal Board hearing on future of development proposals in Brantford's environmentally sensitive northwest.

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Construction Law Update speaker gives advice on risk tolerance

June 1, 2011
Glenn W. Ackerley

Owners and construction contractors need to consider allocation of risk when designing contracts.

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Former Aurora mayor faces municipal act suit

May 13, 2011

An Aurora resident has launched legal action against former mayor Phyllis Morris under the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act.

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Former Aurora mayor awarded court costs

May 13, 2011

A judge has awarded court costs to former Aurora mayor Phyllis Morris.

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When a work visa won't do

May 13, 2011

Article highlighting stark cross-border differences in the way justice is applied to the accused, according to lawyers involved in the case.

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Skyline purchases Deerhurst Resort

May 1, 2011
Richard J. Arezes, Patrick W. Nugent, Steven Rukavina

On March 2, 2011, Skyline Deerhurst Resort Inc. purchased Deerhurst Resort, a Canadian resort located in Huntsville, Ontario, which was the site of this year's G8 Summit.

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Building It Up

April 1, 2011
Daniel P. Ferguson, Bradley N. McLellan

The Regional Municipality of York and York Consortium 2002 have been working together in a public-private partnership to develop a new rapid transit system.

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Partner David Brown Interviewed about Industry Advocacy

March 28, 2011
David S. Brown

Partner David Brown is interviewed by the Financial Post about the benefits of launching and belonging to an industry advocacy association.

Is Ford family firm playing fair?; Critics allege conflict of interest

March 23, 2011

In 2010, the City of Toronto paid the company owned by the mayor's family more than $56,000 to print stickers, tags and decals.

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Partner David Brown Interviewed about Industry Advocacy

March 17, 2011
David S. Brown

Podcast on Partner David Brown's interview about the benefits of launching and belonging to an industry advocacy association.

Council blog battle boils over; Newmarket councillor defends right to blog about municipal votes

March 17, 2011

A political dispute is escalating into a fiasco on social media.

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McFadden withdraws request to probe McCallion's alleged 'bullying'

March 13, 2011

Mississauga's Councillor Sue McFadden has withdrawn her request to have the city's integrity commissioner probe Mayor Hazel McCallion's alleged "bullying" behaviour.

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Starr cleared of conflict of interest allegations

March 12, 2011

Councillor Ron Starr has not run afoul of Mississauga's code of conduct.

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Defendants push to end Morris suit

March 11, 2011

The move to have former Aurora Mayor Phyllis Morris' $6-million libel lawsuit tossed out of court now rests in the hands of a judge.

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Councillor pulls bullying complaint

March 11, 2011

Councillor Sue McFadden has withdrawn her request to Mississauga's integrity commissioner to investigate McFadden's allegations that Mayor Hazel McCallion was bullying her.

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Starr cleared by integrity commissioner

March 11, 2011

Integrity commissioner finds that Councillor Ron Starr did nothing wrong by having his daughter run Starr's former consulting business.

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Politically incorrect; Hazel McCallion doesn't seem to care

March 10, 2011

Councillor Sue McFadden taking her complaints to Mississauga's integrity commissioner.

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Councillor files complaint with Mississauga integrity officer

March 10, 2011

Councillor Sue McFadden has called on the city's integrity commissioner to investigate Mayor Hazel McCallion's behaviour toward her at public events.

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Councillor calls mayor bully

March 9, 2011

Councillor Sue McFadden is asking the City of Mississauga's integrity commissioner to investigate her allegations against the mayor.

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Council spent over $250,000 against advice of its lawyers

March 8, 2011

Toronto city council has spent more than $250,000 pursuing a legal fight against the advice of its own lawyers.

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Councillor won't back down

March 8, 2011

Di Muccio feels that resolution, supported by her colleagues, restricts her from doing her job as an elected official.

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Canadian Execs Acquitted in U.S.

March 7, 2011

Canadian night-vision equipment manufacturer and two executives acquitted in San Francisco court of fraud charges.

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Di Muccio resigns from library board

March 3, 2011

Di Muccio has resigned from the Newmarket library board.

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Dispute must be dealt with to avoid recurrence: mayor

March 2, 2011

When politicians don't get along, there's a significant cost for the municipality.

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Di Muccio still on Newmarket library board

March 1, 2011

Newmarket Councillor Di Muccio is still a member of the library board.

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Women at the Top

March 1, 2011
Lisa A. Borsook

Women remain underrepresented as managing partners of law firms, but there are signs that the profession is incorporating traditionally "female" attributes into leadership models.

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Canadian Optical Manufacturer, Newcon Optik, Acquitted of All Charges in U.S. District Court - Company and its Executives "Completely Vindicated"

February 27, 2011

A court in San Francisco has acquitted Canadian night vision equipment manufacturer Newcon International Ltd. (o/a Newcon Optik) and two of its executives of all charges against them.

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What's the point?

January 27, 2011

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Culture of secrecy

January 13, 2011

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Winds of Change

April 1, 2010

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Council's Reckoning

January 26, 2010

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Open Market Advocates Withdraw From Hearing

December 8, 2009
Sean G. Foran

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Bradford Docked Three Months' Pay

December 8, 2009

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Clark Calls for New Investigation on Leaks About Integrity Commissioner

December 7, 2009

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Conduct Complaint Subject of In-Camera Council Meeting

December 7, 2009

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Civility Tour Generates Interest in Legal Community

December 7, 2009
W. A. Derry Millar

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Lawyer Hired to Investigate Conduct Complaint

December 3, 2009

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Integrity Commish Spot to be Filled Next Month

November 27, 2009

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Why You Should Never Post Your Vacation Pics on Facebook

November 24, 2009

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Lawyer Questions OMB Jurisdiction

November 20, 2009
Bruce H. Engell

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Nyon Oil Seeking Appeal at OMB Preliminary Hearing

November 19, 2009
Bruce H. Engell

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Council Proposing Whistleblower Bylaw

November 5, 2009

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Stop Behaving Badly, Boorish Lawyers Told

November 1, 2009
W. A. Derry Millar

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Police Corruption Case sent to Trial

October 29, 2009

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The Right Support Can Make All the Difference

October 13, 2009
Frank E. Walwyn

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RFP Model Offers Flexibility, but Carries Risk

October 9, 2009
Glenn W. Ackerley

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Diverse Perspectives

October 9, 2009
Frank E. Walwyn

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Lawsuit No Conflict, Vaughan Mayor says; Playing Politics

September 9, 2009

Sikh not Mocked in Hard Hat Row, hearing told

August 18, 2009
Raj Anand

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Sikh Guard says he was Told to Wear Hard Hat or Lose Job

August 18, 2009
Raj Anand

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Sikh Security Guard Not Ridiculed, Tribunal Hears

August 17, 2009
Raj Anand

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Fired on Facebook: Don't rip boss when he's your 'friend'; Woman let go after rant: 'I guess you forgot about adding me on here?'

August 15, 2009

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Clark Finally Gets What He Had Coming

August 10, 2009

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Integrity Watchdog Raps Clark

August 8, 2009

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Lift The Veils of Secrecy

August 8, 2009

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Tape-Gate Report Under Wraps At Council

August 7, 2009

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Punitive Power

August 1, 2009

City is Slower than the Seven-Year Itch

July 17, 2009

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"Let's just sue the @#%$!" is not always the best course of action to take

July 15, 2009
Glenn W. Ackerley, Michael R. Swartz

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Legal Action Still an Option

July 8, 2009
Barnet H. Kussner

Sole practitioners, women priorities for law society: Millar

June 26, 2009
W. A. Derry Millar

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No Need to Take Over Properties, Owners say

June 19, 2009
Christopher J. Tzekas

City Wins $4.5M in Legal Costs from Court Fight with SUBBOR

June 17, 2009
J. Gregory Richards

Owner of Truck involved in Sisters' Death Fined

June 17, 2009

The Inside Story

June 17, 2009
W. A. Derry Millar

Bringing Circus to Town a Right, a Lawyer says

June 16, 2009

Economy switches balance of power

June 15, 2009
Lisa A. Borsook

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Top Appointment for Black Lawyer

June 11, 2009
Frank E. Walwyn

Walwyn appointed to the Ontario Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee

June 10, 2009
Frank E. Walwyn

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Integrity probe zooms in on Clark-gate

June 10, 2009

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Managing Through Tough Times

June 1, 2009
Lisa A. Borsook

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By-laws Don't Blame Poor People, OMB Told

May 30, 2009
Barnet H. Kussner

We Want to Hear Justice: Ontario Sued over Faith -Based Funding Issue

May 28, 2009
Raj Anand

Cedar Hill hearing attracting attention; Activists, Planners and Lawyers all await Ruling on Bylaws

May 23, 2009

Welcome to Canada: a 'traumatic' change of scenery for one family

May 22, 2009
Frank E. Walwyn

Witness Objects to Trying to Kepp Poor Out

May 16, 2009
Barnet H. Kussner

Their Courage is Showing

May 2, 2009
Kenneth Prehogan

Le Droit et Nos Droits (The Law and Our Rights)

May 1, 2009
Marie-Andrée Vermette

"Move to Canada a 'Traumatic' Change for One Family

April 24, 2009
Frank E. Walwyn

A Tribute to Dr. Jane Goodall

April 2, 2009

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Rebels with a Cause

April 1, 2009
Bryan Finlay QC

Police Brutality, The YouTube Hit; Officers Should Record Every Interaction With Civilians, Argues A Toronto Lawyer

March 7, 2009

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"University to Name Building for Jamaican Benefactor"

March 5, 2009
Frank E. Walwyn

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Tribunal says No to Costs against Lawyers

February 27, 2009
Jeff G. Cowan

While Other Nations are Opening up their Legal Systems, Canada Lags Behind

February 23, 2009
W. A. Derry Millar

New Designation Questions Swirl Over Observatory

February 9, 2009

Questions at tribunal a 'drive-by smear'; Lawyer for Sikh told to trade turban for hard hat describes 'innudendo'

January 29, 2009
Raj Anand

Job didn't call for har hat, Sikh testifies; Home Depot manager said he could fire guard who refused to take off turban, rights tribunal hears

January 28, 2009
Raj Anand

Tribunal hears turban vs. hardhat

January 27, 2009
Raj Anand

Turban vs. hard har; Sikh takes discrimination case before human rights tribunal

January 27, 2009
Raj Anand

"New Definition is Narrow, Say Lawers"

January 19, 2009

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Scientist takes shot at testimony during Dunlap hearing

January 18, 2009

Dunlap Observatory 'remarkable structure', should be protected

January 16, 2009

Parliment Street Rattled by Change

December 24, 2008

Keeping Women in Law a Priority; LSUC Approves Report on Retaining Female Lawyers

December 19, 2008
Lisa A. Borsook

Billboard ban allowed in part; most restrictions don't violate

November 28, 2008
Barnet H. Kussner

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Trustee made 'mistake,' court told

November 27, 2008

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Harper's Lawyer Withdraws From Defamation Case; Cadman Affair

November 18, 2008

Police Close to Finishing 'Tapegate' Probe

November 14, 2008

Trustee's Ignorance is Bunk: Lawyer

November 13, 2008

Trustee Should be Ousted Over Breach of Rules, court told

November 13, 2008

Big Towers Fight City Over Assessment; New Appraisal Method Could Cut Tax by $40M

October 28, 2008
Jeff G. Cowan

Lawyers Cannot Incur Legal Costs, OMB told; Developer Wants Firm, Residents to Pay Fees

October 17, 2008
Jeff G. Cowan

Financing Seen as a Safe Investment; Government Backed

October 8, 2008
Daniel P. Ferguson

Infrastructure Development: Who Should Pay?

October 3, 2008
Bradley N. McLellan

Privacy Commissioner Wonders What Mosbow's Problem Is

September 22, 2008

Two Trends Flying High: Arbitration & International Exposure for Canadian Litigators

September 18, 2008

Savvy litigators are finding two ways to grow their practices: first, private arbitration is growing like litigation on steroids; and secondly, Canadians are litigating cross-border disputes here and international cases and arbitrations abroad. The thing that's downright puzzling is why more Canadian law firms aren't true believers.

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Clearing Mayor Fred

September 12, 2008

City Hall's Tapegate Yet to Begin Round 2

September 12, 2008

Eisenberger Breathes easy, but Clark ... ?

September 12, 2008

Report Keys on Mayor's Conduct

September 11, 2008

Mayor Spared Council Censure

September 11, 2008

Minister of Finance Announces Appointment of New Chairman of the Canada Development Investment Corporation

September 5, 2008
N. William C. Ross

The Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, today announced the appointment of N. William C. Ross as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Canada Development Investment Corporation.

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Women at the Gates: More Equal as Associates but Parntership Still Elusive

September 1, 2008

Climbing the Ranks: Not All Partnerships are Created Equal

September 1, 2008

Report on Mayor's Conduct Finished

August 28, 2008

Litigation the Charter: Strategies for a Successful Charter Challenge in the 21st Century

August 27, 2008
Raj Anand

Women in Charge: Trailblazers for the next generation

August 22, 2008
Lisa A. Borsook

Being a managing partner means different things in different firms.

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Bus Firm Calls Online Car Pool Illegal Service; Trentway-Wagner Seeks to Stop Ride-Sharing Site PickupPal from Operating in Ontario

August 21, 2008
Robert B. Warren

Regulating Immigration Consultants No Threat to Confidentiality

August 13, 2008
Bryan Finlay QC

Expenses Policy Angers City Councillors; Proposed Restrictions Ban Council Members From Using Budgets to Buy Legal Opinions

July 15, 2008

Appeal Lost, Former Judge Allowed Back to Work; Law Society Fails Again to Oust Evans as Lawyer

July 11, 2008
W. A. Derry Millar

Same Lawyer to Probe Mayor and Councillor

July 11, 2008

Eisenberger and Clark on Shaky Ground

July 11, 2008

PMs Past, Present Lawyers Busy; Mulroney, Chrétien, Harper in Litigation

July 2, 2008
Kenneth Prehogan

Human rights complaints will be processed faster; New system lets people go directly to a tribunal, aims to help decrease backlog of 4,200 cases

July 2, 2008
Raj Anand

Lawyer rips changes to Human Rights agency

July 2, 2008
Raj Anand

Ontario improves complaint procedure

July 2, 2008
Raj Anand

Ontario fast-tracks rights complaints; Discrimination cases expected to be resolved within a year

July 1, 2008
Raj Anand

Success depends on municipalities buying in; Metrolinx outlines regional transportation plan

June 30, 2008
Barnet H. Kussner

Rights complainants get legal help; Centre offers free representation but firms wary of workers' powers under system that starts today

June 30, 2008
Raj Anand

Most OPPI Members Exempt

June 27, 2008

Queen's University Trailblazer Robert Sutherland's Legacy

June 23, 2008
Frank E. Walwyn

Court battles common around tendering process for large contracts: Recent decisions could reduce trend to litigate

June 9, 2008
Glenn W. Ackerley

Plan would compel retailers to offer public washrooms

June 6, 2008

Professional Privilege on Trial

June 2, 2008
Marie-Andrée Vermette

Developers stay on track with peaker plant plan

June 2, 2008
Bruce H. Engell

A Step in the Right Direction

June 1, 2008
Lisa A. Borsook, Lori M. Duffy

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We Want to Hear Justice; Ontario sued Over Faith-Based Funding Issue

May 28, 2008
Raj Anand

Peter Biro - A guest on CBC TV Newsworld with Suhana Meharchand (CBC News Morning), on breaking developments in the Toronto Police Service drug squad scandal

April 28, 2008

Guest on Metro-Morning - CBC Radio One

April 28, 2008

Guest on Metro-Morning - CBC Radio One, on breaking developments in the Toronto Police Service drug squad scandal.

LSUC targets female exodus

March 3, 2008
Lisa A. Borsook

Stakes high to keep women in profession

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Guest on the News with Howard Green on Business News Network

February 21, 2008

Guest on The Business News With Howard Green on BNN (Business News Network) commenting on the settlement between Andrew Rankin and the Ontario Securities Commission in the matter involving charges of tipping and insider trading.

The Case for Diversity

February 1, 2008
Frank E. Walwyn

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Forecasting the future of solo, small and mid-sized law firms

February 1, 2008

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CABL to Promote Diversity, Mentorship

January 31, 2008
Frank E. Walwyn

Sleeping with the Enemy

January 1, 2008
David S. Brown

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CHIN AM Radio

January 1, 2008

Peter also appears fortnightly as a guest commentator on CHIN AM Radio's "Zelda Show" to discuss matters of particular interest to the the University of Haifa.

Guest on Legal Briefs

January 1, 2008

Peter has frequently been a guest on "Legal Briefs" with Lorne Honickman on Court TV and CP24 to discuss current issues in employment law.

Awaiting the ABCP Blame Game

November 7, 2007

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Lexpert Guide to the Leading US/Canada Cross-Border Litigation Lawyers in Canada

November 1, 2007

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Guest on MetroMorning, CBC Radio 99.1 FM

August 31, 2007

Guest on MetroMorning (CBC Radio 99.1 FM) morning in connection with developments in the police misconduct cases involving officers of the Toronto Police Service, Central Field Command.

Guest on "Trading Day" on the Business News Network

July 31, 2007

Guest on on "Trading Day" on BNN (Business News Network) commenting on the not-guilty verdict in the OSC's prosecution of John Felderhof on insider trading charges.

Business Case for Diversity

April 1, 2007
Raj Anand, Frank E. Walwyn

Law firms are reviewing their policies, ranging from recruitment to retention, to improve their diversity—and serve their clients better

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Managing Success - Managing Partner interview

April 1, 2007
Lisa A. Borsook

Lisa Borsook talks about how she got to where she is and what she sees as the challenges facing a mid-sized firm.

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Passages to India

March 1, 2007

The world's largest democracy is on the move, scouring the world for energy, money, infrastructure and legal expertise. Canadian companies—and their lawyers—are helping to meet the demand.

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Staying Vigilant

March 1, 2007
Frank E. Walwyn

Issues around e-discovery are only getting hotter; smaller companies, in particular, need to ensure they are prepared for litigation.

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At the Top

February 9, 2007
Lisa A. Borsook

Lisa Borsook assumes reigns of WeirFoulds LLP from Greg Richards

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Privilege Under Fire

February 1, 2007
Marie-Andrée Vermette

As North American securities regulators crack down on corporate fraud, a cornerstone legal principle, solicitor-client privilege, has been caught in the crossfire.

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A Man With A Mission

October 16, 2006
Frank E. Walwyn

Star lawyer Frank Walwyn guides aspiring black students through the minefields of the legal profession.

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Two Years is Two Years Under the New Act

October 6, 2006
J. Gregory Richards

P3: TIPPING POINT or Slippery Slope?

April 1, 2006
Daniel P. Ferguson, Bradley N. McLellan

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Court Accepts Proposals for Distribution to Victims of Christian Brothers Assets

February 20, 2004

An Ontario Superior Court judge hopes his order winding up the Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada will "provide a concluding chapter" to the quartercentury of abuse associated with the name Mount Cashel Orphanage, and to a cover-up by police and the government of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Winding it Up

February 1, 2004

Liquidating the assets of the Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada did more than just compensate the Mount Cashel orphanage victims. It created a caustic court battle in Vancouver, where the Brothers owned two high schools worth $30 million. It forever changed the law on seizing charitable trust assets. And it had a profound impact on the life and career of a lawyer at the centre of the liquidation.

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Finance Laws Too Vague, Court told; Accusations of Election Finance Irregularities Leave Vaughan Mayor Fighting for Survival

October 3, 2003