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Since 2015, Tam Boyar and Samantha Arrandale have been involved in the defence of a claim for Charter damages arising from the alleged non-disclosure of information in the criminal context. Various pre-trial motions have been heard and the matter has been set for a lengthy trial in the spring of 2019....
Alongside her colleague, Alex Ejsmont, Andi MacKay represented Elizabeth May, a member of parliament and leader of the Green Party of Canada, in criminal contempt charges relating to an anti-pipeline protest. Ms. May entered a guilty plea to the charges and we were tasked with making submissions that emphasized her respect for the law as ...
Andi MacKay and co-counsel, Jessica Lithwick, represented the plaintiff, Westcorp Solutions Inc., in an action against its former director for breach of fiduciary duty in secretly commencing a competitor company in the oil and gas turnaround industry. After the former director settled the litigation, Andi proceeded against the remaining defendant for participating in the former director’s ...
Tam Boyar was co-counsel for the defendant in connection with a successful conviction appeal. The defendant was charged with one count of sexual assault and one count of administering a stupefying or overpowering substance (namely, GHB). He was convicted at trial and our firm was retained to bring an appeal on his behalf. Due to ...
Andi MacKay was part of a team of special prosecutors in this defining Supreme Court of Canada case on the scope of informer privilege; whether the scope of privilege should be extended to defence counsel; the correct procedure for the court when deciding a claim of informant privilege; and the professional obligations of counsel with ...

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