Sarno v. Murphy was a hard-fought 3.5 week jury trial in the Ontario Superior Court, in which Weaver Simmons’ own Richard Nolin and Connor Mackay represented the Defendant.
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The Attorney General for Ontario and Minister of Francophone Affairs, Caroline Mulroney, attended at Weaver Simmons, at its Sudbury office to meet with representative of The Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario (AJEFO) to discuss instituting a new program in Sudbury designed to increase access to justice in the French language.
Weaver Simmons is pleased to welcome Michael Hennessy (formerly of Hennessy Law) to the firm as Counsel.
Weaver Simmons is pleased to announce the admission to partnership of Dhiren R. Chohan.
Weaver Simmons is pleased to announce the hiring of three new associates. We welcome Connor MacKay, Andrew Tso and Jeremy Wainwright to the firm.
The Township of Chapleau is represented by a Mayor and four Councillors. As a result of the Municipal election held October 22nd, 2018 members of Council were sworn into office during a public ceremony held December 3rd, 2018 by Mr. Dhiren Chohan of the law firm Weaver Simmons.
If you have prepared and signed “multiple wills” as part of your estate plan, you may have heard or read media reports associated with a decision of an Ontario court which may impact on your wills and your estate plan.