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The Moral and Ethical Dilemmas that arise when Lawyers make Mistakes

In this week`s CJN there is an interesting item dealing with the moral and ethical dilemmas that arise when lawyers make mistakes.

The CJN dealt with this in the context of the upcoming B’nai Brith CLE seminar on May 30, 2018, and it features Rabbi Torczyner, Archie Rabinowitz and other presenters who are participating in the vignette and panel discussion on this issue.

For those who are interested, a copy of this segment in the CJN can be downloaded here.

Charles Wagner

The author of this blog is Charles B. Wagner. Charles is a Certified Specialist in Estates and Trusts and partner at Wagner Sidlofsky LLP.

This Toronto office is a boutique litigation law firm whose practice is focused on estate and commercial litigation.

This blog is not intended to serve as a comprehensive treatment of the topic. It is not meant to be legal advice. Every case turns on its specific facts and it would be a mistake for the reader of this blog to conclude how it might impact on the reader’s case. Nothing replaces retaining a qualified, competent lawyer, well versed in this niche area of practice and getting some good legal advice.
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