“At root, the comedian and the litigator must overcome a similar set of obstacles. In the hopes of passing along a few nuggets of wisdom, I’ve identified five principles of stand-up comedy that also apply to litigation.” Click the link to read up on Peter’s five principles of stand-up comedy that also apply to litigation. […]
Month: May 2022
Julia Tremain in the News: Contentious court disputes can come with costly consequences
May 16, 2022 – Contentious court disputes can come with costly consequences […]
Waddell Phillips in “The Toronto Star”: Potential Class Action Launched Against the Federal Government over Immigration Detention Practices that Violate the Charter.
Waddell Phillips along with Subodh S. Bharati and Foreman & Company have partnered together to launch a potential class action against the federal government on behalf of two former immigration detainees who were detained in provincial jails while awaiting their immigration hearings. A practice that violates the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The proposed class […]
Peter Henein interviewed on “Canadian Justice” about Patent Laws in Canada
On the new episode of Canadian Justice, Peter speaks with Christine Van Geyn on intellectual property rights in Canada. http://www.newsforum.tv/videos/patent-laws-in-canada […]