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Ford government’s cuts to Toronto city council ruled constitutional

Ford government’s cuts to Toronto city council ruled constitutional

Appeal court issues split decision

Histories of Canadian law and Métis people are entwined, says Jean Teillet

Histories of Canadian law and Métis people are entwined, says Jean Teillet

Lawyer Jean Teillet spoke at the Law Society of Ontario

More women are on TSX company boards - but there’s slow progress to the C-Suite, says Osler

More women are on TSX company boards - but there’s slow progress to the C-Suite, says Osler

Preference for individuals with prior CEO experience is biased against women, says report

GM lawyer Michael Smith becomes partner at Bennett Jones

GM lawyer Michael Smith becomes partner at Bennett Jones

Smith was in-house counsel General Motors of Canada Company

Ontario court rules cap on general damages does not apply to sexual abuse

Ontario court rules cap on general damages does not apply to sexual abuse

Rationale behind cap for other personal injury cases doesn’t apply to sexual abuse, say lawyers

House of Commons reveals legal fee reimbursement over $54k

House of Commons reveals legal fee reimbursement over $54k

The purpose of the expense is not disclosed