When Consent Fails to Waive Conflict

A few weeks ago, we at Wolf Law Chambers published an article on how legal practitioners can navigate the law to fulfill their duty to avoid conflicts of interest. We finished the article subtly hinting at the idea that the removal of a lawyer due to conflict of interest…

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THE BENEFITS OF BEING A SOLE PRACTITIONER

In 2013, 77% of Ontario’s law firms were comprised of sole practitioners and the number of new lawyers choosing that route is still consistently increasing. This figure is no coincidence as becoming a sole practitioner definitely encompasses countless benefits to one’s career. Choosing your line of work and narrowing…

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Wine & Cheese with CosmoLex

On Wednesday, July 10, 2019, Wolf Law Chambers hosted a Wine & Cheese event at 6 p.m. in its main location at 90 Matheson Blvd W, Suite 101. Without doubt, I can say the event was big success. It was a wonderful turnout, as the boardroom was filled with…

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