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Earlier, I read the following editorial posting at the New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/30/opinion/police-respect-squandered-in-attacks-on-de-blasio.html?_r=0. As former counsel to a prominent police union, and as the recipient of an award for my services to police labour efforts, I feel that I need to comment on the recent efforts made by the police unions representing police officers at […]

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My Return to Facebook

Published on December 29, 2014 by in Halifax Law Articles

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A few years back, I broke free of Facebook.  There were — and remain — several concerns over lack of privacy associated with that website.  However, in an effort to further expand the targeted audience of this blog, I have now re-registered.  So, we will see how it goes — I have been careful to […]

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No, this is not the typical blog post on this Site.  However, it was a noteworthy issue, raising images of U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas’ dissenting opinion in Sierra Club v. Morton, as well as an old episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. So, to start, an Argentinian court has granted a petition for […]

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Although I will rarely post on anything concerning an ongoing case, I thought that it would be appropriate to post this solid result.  A client will now be home for Christmas with his loving family. I will be continuing to work very hard to vindicate this client — wrongfully accused.  As always, going against the […]

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I was unaware of the following article being published.  It constitutes the first-time that I have received publicity in since my resettling in Atlantic Canada.  It is a well-written article, that was published in Frank magazine on October 20, 2014.  I have known the reporter, Guy Pothier, for approximately a year.  He is an extraordinarily well-read and […]

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