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A ruling in the Ontario Superior Court has reaffirmed that a lawyer does not hold a duty of care to non-client parties who have their own lawyer in a commercial transaction. Do you agree with this finding?
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Total Votes: 30
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Yes, lawyers should not have to hold a duty of care in this type of transaction.
No, this finding is problematic.
Start Voting: 1/2/2018|End Voting: 1/9/2018

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