Category Archives: Practice of Law

Two-tier test for conflicts?

Justice Ian Nordheimer, sitting as a single judge of the Divisional Court, recently granted leave to appeal from a decision of Justice Alfred J. O’Marra. The latter had declared that the boutique law firm Lloyd Burns McInnis LLP (“LBM”) could continue as … Continue reading

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“Declining Prospects”: A Book Review

This is something new for this blog: a book review. I am posting it because I have just finished reading a book that I think will be of interest to many of the blog’s readers. The book, published in 2012, … Continue reading

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Senior Partner and Junior Associate

The CCLA’s “Montebello at Mont Tremblant” Civil Litigation conference was held this weekend. This was the conference’s first year at its new location. It was a great success and congratulations go to our own Heather Williams who co-chaired the conference … Continue reading

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