What Waddell Phillips has been making the news for lately.
National Chief Perry Bellegarde of the Assembly of First Nations and Jamie Vargas, the National Chief of CONAIE in Ecuador, signed a protocol confirming that the rights of the Ecuardorian indigenous Plaintiffs and the rights of Canada’s First Nations are inextricably linked. For more, see the Assembly of First Nations’ December 6, 2017 news release.
Margaret Waddell is honoured to be listed as one of Canada’s leading litigation lawyers in the Lexpert Guide to the Leading US/Canada Cross-Border Litigation Lawyers, and Canada’s Leading Litigation Lawyers.
Michelle Shepard of the Star reports on recent developments in the ongoing litigation of workplace discrimination and harassment at CSIS.
CSIS today released a statement regarding an internal report that highlights serious concerns surrounding retribution, favouritism, bullying and other inappropriate behaviour at the CSIS Toronto regional office. The findings of the report are similar to allegations asserted in the claim by 5 CSIS employees represented by Waddell Phillips.
The plaintiffs involved in a proposed class action that alleges negligence manufacture and a failure to warn of defective implantable cardiac defibrillators will request leave to appeal a recent court decision that denied approval of a third-party funding agreement.
Bruce Livesey of the National Observer reports on John Phillips’ efforts to overcome CSIS’s institutional biases. John Phillips does not dispute Livesey’s claims of Phillips’ resemblance to Saint Nicolas.