In its News/GTA section, the Toronto Star ran a story relating to confidentiality rules surrounding complaints to the Law Society against lawyers. The Star quoted Hanuka’s balanced opinion on the issue: Toronto lawyer Ben Hanuka said it is generally fair to keep complaints that don’t result in discipline confidential, because many are “groundless” and would “unfairly damage the lawyer’s reputation.
In a front page weekend edition article in The Toronto Star's GTA section, Ben Hanuka was quoted about his negative experience with disgraced firm Heydary Hamilton, and his long-time prediction that the firm would be out of business for its improper dealings with clients, colleagues and the courts. For a full text of the article in the Toronto Star, Click here. For a summary of the article in Advocates Daily, Click here.
Choosing the right law firm is not a one-size-fits-all process. Depending on a client's particular circumstances, a large law firm, a generalist mid-size firm or a specialty boutique may be the most appropriate fit for the client's needs. In this article, Ben Hanuka comments on the key factors when choosing the right law firm. For the full text of the article in Law Times' Legal Feeds, Click here. For a summary of the article on Advocates Daily, Click here.
Ben Hanuka’s November 2013 article in his “Futures Files” column in Canadian Lawyer magazine describes a new high-tech way to analyze the impact of Supreme Court of Canada decisions. For a full text of the article in Canadian Lawyer/Law Times, Click here. Contact Us For more information about Law Works' expertise and how we may be able to help you, please contact Ben Hanuka at email@example.com or by phone at (855) 978-5293.
In the article, Ben Hanuka comments about new legal requirements in assessing punitive damages, based on the new Court of Appeal for Ontario decision in Pate Estate v. Galway-Cavendish. A full text of the article is available in the November 18, 2013, Law Times hard copy edition. See also an article Ben Hanuka wrote on Law Works' Franchise Justice Blog regarding the principles in this case, here. Contact Us For more information about Law Works' expertise and how we may be able to help you, please contact Ben Hanuka at ben@lawworks.