Tag: St. Lawrence Barristers

Alexi Wood and Jennifer Saville Discuss the Legal Status of Harassment in Ontario

Alexi Wood and Jennifer Saville were pleased to be asked to speak at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law’s Emerging Issues Workshop. Wood and Saville led a discussion on the emerging and ever evolving area of harassment, including online harassment, defamation and stalking. Also discussed were the recent court decisions finding that harassment is […]
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Best Lawyers in Canada 2019 recognizes Phil Tunley

St. Lawrence Barristers is pleased to announce that Phil Tunley has once again been recognized by Best Lawyers for his work in Administrative and Public Law, Appellate Practice, Corporate and Commercial Litigation, and Defamation and Media Law. One of Canada’s most trusted peer-review publications, Best Lawyers has been providing comprehensive coverage of top legal talents in Canada […]
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St. Lawrence Barristers LLP Welcomes Associate Lillianne Cadieux-Shaw

  • Posted by Jennifer Saville
  • On September 20, 2019
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Lil is an Associate at St. Lawrence Barristers LLP and frequently represents clients in court and administrative tribunal proceedings. Called to the bar in 2018, Lil maintains a broad civil litigation practice. She advises clients on complex commercial disputes, public and constitutional law, privacy, media and defamation, Aboriginal law, and civil sexual assault and domestic […]
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St. Lawrence Barristers Represents the David Asper Centre at the Ontario Court of Appeal

The David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights has been granted leave to intervene before the Ontario Court of Appeal in City of Toronto v Attorney General of Ontario. At issue on appeal is whether the introduction of Bill 5 mid-election, which had the effect of changing the ward boundaries in Toronto, breached the guarantee of freedom of […]
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Alexi Wood Contributes to the 2018 Edition of “Annual Review of Civil Litigation”

  • Posted by Jennifer Saville
  • On November 23, 2018
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St. Lawrence Barristers is delighted to announce the publication of “Common-Sense Causation: How a Robust and Pragmatic Application of the “But For” Test can Solve the Circular Causation Problem in Cases of Multiple Contributing Tortfeasors”, co-authored by Alexi Wood of St. Lawrence Barristers and Brooke MacKenzie of MacKenzie Barristers. The article appears in the 2018 […]
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Alexi Wood to Speak at Annual Ad Idem Conference

Alex Wood will speak about #metoo journalism at the annual conference of the Canadian Media Lawyers’ Association (“Ad IDEM”) on November 3rd in Montreal. At the annual conference, panelists will discuss recent developments in the law both in Canada and internationally. Ad IDEM is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of free expression in Canada […]
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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 […]
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