Tag: Phil Tunley

Phil Tunley Presents at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Law Union of Ontario

Phil Tunley was pleased to present at the 2019 Annual Conference of the Law Union of Ontario on “National Security: the Impact on Rights”.  With a distinguished panel including criminal barrister, Anil Kapoor, and CCLA Director of Privacy, Technology & Surveillance, Brenda McPhail, Phil spoke on the law and best practices related to three topics: […]
Read More
Share:

Phil Tunley Receiving an “Energy Bear” at the 2019 Energy Law Forum

Phil Tunley is honoured to be receiving an “Energy Bear” at the 2019 Energy Law Forum to be held in Lake Louise, Alberta on May 8-9. The ELF is the premiere specialized national conference for Canadian energy law practitioners and policymakers. The “Energy Bear” is given by the conference organizers every year to recognize two […]
Read More
Share:

Phil Tunley attends IFEX AGM and Conference in Berlin

As the President of Canadian Journalists for Free Expression, Phil Tunley attended the 2019 Annual and General Meeting and conference of the International Free Expression eXchange (IFEX) in Berlin, Germany on April 8-10, 2019. CJFE was one of 12 founding member organizations that came together in 1992 to form IFEX as a global network of […]
Read More
Share:

St. Lawrence Barristers Proud to sponsor CJFE’s “A Night to Honour Courageous Reporting”

  • Posted by Jennifer Saville
  • On November 27, 2018
  • 0
St. Lawrence Barristers LLP is proud to sponsor “A Night to Honour Courageous Reporting”, the 21st Annual Gala of Canadian Journalists for Free Expression.  Phil Tunley, as the President of CJFE, gave a welcome speech to the crowd of nearly 300 supporters in attendance from major media and other professional and corporate sponsors.  Award winners […]
Read More
Share:

Phil Tunley Provides Testimony to the Standing Committee of the Senate

Phil Tunley appeared before the Standing Committee of the Senate on Legal and Constitutional Affairs to provide testimony, as the President of Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE), on proposed amendments to the Access to Information Act (Canada) contained in Bill C-58.  The proceedings can be found here. At the request of Committee members, on […]
Read More
Share:

Phil Tunley and Jennifer Saville Successfully Defend Disclosure Motion

Phil Tunley and Jennifer Saville successfully defended a motion seeking disclosure from the Ontario Energy Board.  In Rogers Communications Canada Inc. et al v The Ontario Energy Board, the Associate Chief Justice dismissed the appellants’ motion for disclosure entirely on the basis of relevance, applying a test derived from Harwig and CCSAGE as to whether […]
Read More
Share:

CJFE and St. Lawrence Barristers To Host Panel on Engaging the Media

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression and St. Lawrence Barristers are excited to host the upcoming panel Engaging the Media in Your Client’s Interests. Panelists will lead a discussion among lawyers and journalists about press attention to legal cases. The panel will take place on September 27, 2018 at 5:30pm at The Albany Club. For more […]
Read More
Share:

Ontario Court of Appeal Affirms Cost-Sharing Mechanism Developed by the Ontario Energy Board

The decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Union Gas Limited v. Township of Norwich, in which Phil Tunley acted on behalf of the Ontario Energy Board as an intervenor, gives effect to a cost-sharing mechanism developed by the Board in its 1986 Report and Model Franchise Agreement, to allocate costs of gas pipeline […]
Read More
Share:

Phil Tunley Recognized for 20 Years of Service at the Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop

This week, Phil Tunley was recognized for his 20th year as an instructor at the Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop run by Osgoode Professional Development. Alexi Wood was pleased to attend as a guest presenter. Now in its 39th year, the Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop is Canada’s preeminent trial advocacy skills program, bringing together an exceptional group […]
Read More
Share: