Legal News Roundup

  • February 15, 2019


Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch Targets Legal Aid & ICBC Changes in New Platform Paper
Legal Aid - EIN News

Solicitor-client privilege is at the heart of questions on SNC-Lavalin affair. Here's how it works

Vancouver Jewish school asks Shaw to ID anonymous e-mailer
Richmond News

BC legal community questions changes to ICBC policy limiting number of expert witnesses
The Lawyer's Daily


Les langues officielles enfin inscrites dans la Loi sur le divorce
L'Express (Blog)

Legal News | Nouvelles juridiques



Manitoba courts processing more cases, more quickly, in wake of Jordan decision

Teachers can't secretly take pictures of students' breasts: SCC

Supreme Court voyeurism decision a precedent-setting 'no-brainer': expert
CTV News

Supreme Court of Canada privacy ruling in criminal case may impact private sector: Lawyer
IT World Canada

The Supreme Court's Jarvis ruling delivers a win for privacy, but it's a missed opportunity for equality
The Globe and Mail

Judge slams lawyer's proposed fees, then slashes them

Lawyers say provinces aren't able to manage greenhouse gas levels alone
The Globe and Mail (Subscription required).

Federal carbon tax will upset balance of power, UCP lawyer argues



Ontario: un enseignant à la caméra cachée coupable de voyeurisme
Le Journal de Québec

Un enseignant utilisait un « stylo camĂ©ra » pour filmer ses Ă©tudiantes Ă  leur insu

Le Nouveau-Brunswick plaide contre la taxe carbone en cour Ă  Regina

Le programme québécois d'indemnisation des victimes de vaccins n'est pas une preuve qu'ils sont ...

L'historique sexuel de retour Ă  la Cour suprĂŞme

L'avocat suspendu Stéphane Langlois aurait soudoyé un vérificateur du Barreau avec des billets ...