Vampire Lawyer Nicholas Dougan – 4 Month Suspension of Legal License 121218

Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly reported the sentence imposed upon Nicholas Dougan’s plea of guilty to two charges of assault. That error has been corrected in the text below. A short-tempered Ontario lawyer who bit off a chunk of a grieving man’s ear in a 2013 fight, involving racial slurs, spit and… Continue reading Vampire Lawyer Nicholas Dougan – 4 Month Suspension of Legal License 121218

MIKE BONITO & Pear Tree Group Property Management Face Penalties for Providing Legal Services Without Licence 061918

Cornwall Ontario – Mike Bonito of Ottawa, and PearTree Group Property Management of Ottawa, face multiple counts of providing legal services in Ontario thus practising law without a licence; contrary to the Law Society Act. The Law Society of Ontario, (LSUC)  through the Law Society Act, governs who may provide legal services or practice law… Continue reading MIKE BONITO & Pear Tree Group Property Management Face Penalties for Providing Legal Services Without Licence 061918

Cornwall Paralegal James Moak Featured in Law Times Over Unauthorized Practice of Law

Cornwall Ontario – For Cornwall, Kingston, and now Ottawa Paralegal James Moak it’s been an interesting fight to see unauthorized practice by unlicensed people appearing before the Landlord & Tenant board of Ontario and other courts. He was recently featured in the LAW TIMES twice (HERE & HERE)  The weekly news bible reviewed his battle… Continue reading Cornwall Paralegal James Moak Featured in Law Times Over Unauthorized Practice of Law

Akwesasne Lawyer CLIFFORD SUNDAY Suspended by LSUC 072417

Cornwall Ontario – Clifford Sunday’s career as a lawyer may be over.  As of this story it’s been suspended.   The former Iron Worker who speaks Mohawk and put himself through law school did not respond to this story. His phone number has a no service recording.  At one point he had been counsel for… Continue reading Akwesasne Lawyer CLIFFORD SUNDAY Suspended by LSUC 072417

Ontario Kicks in $100K French Legal Dev Centre in Ottawa JUNE 16, 2017

Ontario Invests in Province’s First Continuing Professional Development Centre for Francophone Legal Professionals Ontario, in partnership with the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, is improving access to justice in French by establishing the province’s first continuing professional development centre for Francophone legal professionals. The pratiquO pilot project will help Francophone and Francophile justice professionals… Continue reading Ontario Kicks in $100K French Legal Dev Centre in Ottawa JUNE 16, 2017

Ontario Appeal Win Means Non Licencees Cannot Appear For Landlord Tenant Board Hearings

CFN –  A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision is good news for Paralegal’s and lawyers in the province as Land Lords will no longer be able to have property managers handle certain duties. The Law Society of Upper Canada vs Enzo Vincent Chiarelli of May 14, 2014 upheld an earlier decison. Local Paralegal James… Continue reading Ontario Appeal Win Means Non Licencees Cannot Appear For Landlord Tenant Board Hearings

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