Gavin MacKenzie says interim orders in disciplinary proceedings are meant to protect the public
By Julius Melnitzer | September 28, 2022
A Law Society of Ontario tribunal has allowed a lawyer accused of having clients send firm funds to his personal account to continue practising in-house for a family corporation until his case is decided on the merits.
The decision came in the context of the Law Society Tribunal’s denial of an LSO motion for an interlocutory order suspending Matthew William O’Neil’s license to practise law.
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