- 5 questions about the future of Omar Khadr
- Ontario Court jails man twice for contempt of same order after refusals to answer questions at Examination
- Russia court delays appeal hearing for feminist activists,"Pussy Riot"
- Would Romney Bring Back Torture?
- Iconic California burger joint might be forced to close over disabilities act lawsuit
- Has your workplace posted the new Ministry of Labour poster?
- A Map to Help Navigate the Potential Hazards of Serving Clients on a Budget
- The Five Page Legal Brief—All in Cartoons
- Ex-Glaxo VP on ‘The Criminalization of the Practice of Law’
- Bush-Appointed Judge Upholds Obama Administration’s Birth Control Coverage Rules
- BC Court of Appeal upholds ruling that municipalities have no constitutional duty to consult first nations
- Ontario Judge says ex-Look Communications execs can't have legal bills paid - National Post
- NHLPA Loses Injunction in Quebec
- One-fourth of Americans victims of data breach
- B.C. man charged with counselling woman to commit suicide
- Protesters’ Arrests During 2004 G.O.P. Convention Are Ruled Illegal
- John Furlong defamation case and Canadian libel law - The Vancouver Observer
Tuesday, October 02, 2012
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Tuesday, October 2, 2012:
- Rachel Spence, Law Clerk