Clarence Lui and Ryan Tinney recently authored an article that was published in the November 2018 issue of OIAA’s WP Magazine concerning insurance rate evasion fraud and unlicenced intermediaries.
With the increasing number of condominiums across Toronto’s skyline, condominium litigation cases are crossing the desks of many lawyers. Often such cases involve numerous parties and require the production of thousands of documents.
If you are alleging fraud or dishonesty on the part of another, you better have the evidence to back it up.
One of our partners, Emily Stock, was part of the team that put together the first COC Property Forum on April 26, 2018.
On April 11, 2018, by Orders-in-Council and on the recommendations of the Attorney General of Ontario, Clarence Lui was appointed as a part-time member of the Ontario Licence Appeal Tribunal and the Ontario Civilian Police Commission, adjudicating appeals of licence suspensions and conducting hearing on issues relating to the Police Services Act.
Emily Stock spoke at “C4 2018 – CatIQ’s Canadian Catastrophe Conference” in Gatineau-Ottawa. The conference brings together industry, academia and government (and the occasional lawyer by invite) to discuss Canadian catastrophes and to brainstorm on what can be done proactively.