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June 11, 2019 – Margaret Waddell will be an instructor at The Advocates’ Society’s Class Actions Advocacy Program
Margaret Waddell will be a panelist at a Panel Discussion and Mentoring Roundtable sponsored by the OBA Class Action discussing making a career practicing class action law.
Margaret Waddell will be a guest lecturer in a course on class actions at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law on the topic of multijurisdictional class actions.
Cory Wanless will deliver a guest lecture in a course on international human rights at Queen’s University Faculty of Law on corporate accountability and international human rights.
Cory Wanless will speak to high school students as part of the innovative and award winning program “Law in Action Within Schools”, a partnership between Osgoode Hall Law School, the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and the Toronto District School Board designed to support, guide and motivate high school students.
The Ontario Court of Appeal has granted leave to intervene to the Family Lawyers Association (“FLA”) in the case of Hunt v. Worrod. The Ontario Court of Appeal is scheduled to hear the appeal on May 16, 2019. The appeal is concerning the unprecedented decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice to order costs against Legal Aid Ontario because of its role in providing legal aid funding in a family law matter. The FLA is represented by Cory Wanless, John Phillips, and Prashanth Chandrapal of Waddell Phillips.
This meeting is free for veterans and their families who experienced harmful side effects associated with the use of Mefloquine. Join Veteran John Dowe and the legal team of Howie, Sacks & Henry and Waddell Phillips PC for this informative session, as we will help you identify some of the harmful side effects of Mefloquine, and whether you may benefit from taking part in the upcoming lawsuit against the Government of Canada.
Details for this Event:
Date: Sunday, February 10, 2019
Time: 12:00PM to 2:00PM
Location: Royal Canadian Legion 139 – 101 Church Street, Mississauga, ON L5M 1M6
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On January 23, 2019, Cory Wanless will make oral submissions at the Supreme Court of Canada in the matter of Nevsun v. Araya on behalf of the intervener International Human Rights Program, University of Toronto Faculty of Law. This lawsuit is about the alleged use of forced labour and slavery at a Canadian-owned gold mine in Eritrea. Cory is co-counsel along with Professor Audrey Macklin. The IHRP’s factum, and the factum of all other parties can be found here: https://www.scc-csc.ca/case-dossier/info/af-ma-eng.aspx?cas=37919.