News and events
What happens when employers terminate employees and try to rely on unclear written employment contracts? That was the question in Andros v Colliers where our employee client was terminated on the basis of a written employment contract with a questionable termination clause that attempted to severely limit his severance package.
Patrick James Will Once Again Participate As Visiting Faculty At The University Of Notre Dame Law School’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Program
In late February 2019, Patrick James will once again participate as Visiting Faculty as part of the University of Notre Dame’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Course. This prestigious program is regarded by many as one of the top trial advocacy programs in the United States.
Patrick James Appointed To The University Of Ottawa Alumni Advisory Board
Patrick James was recently appointed by Dean Adam Dodek to sit on the University of Ottawa Alumni Advisory Board, which will provide mentorship and advisory support to lawyers in the profession.
PATRICK JAMES PARTICIPATES AS VISITING FACULTY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME LAW SCHOOL’S INTENSIVE TRIAL ADVOCACY PROGRAM
On February 24th and 25th, 2018, Patrick James participated as Visiting faculty as part of the University of Notre Dame’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Course. This prestigious program is regarded by many as one of the top trial advocacy programs in the United States.
On December 16, 2015 Pinto Wray James was delighted to sponsor Eat, Drink and Be Charitable
A holiday fundraiser in support of Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF). The event, which was organized by one of our own associates, Cenobar Parker, was a huge success! With over a 100 young professionals and leaders from across the legal profession in attendance, Cenobar and her co-organizers raised about $8,000 for MSF! PWJ is thrilled to support such a great cause.
Pinto Wray James LLP is pleased to announce that Patrick James will serve as Chair of the Just. Magazine Editorial Board effective July 1, 2015. Just. is the official magazine of the Ontario Bar Association, shedding light on industry developments and providing a wide range of fresh perspectives on issues that matter to today’s lawyer. It is circulated to 17,000 lawyers, judges, students and law professors across the province of Ontario.
Niiti Simmonds of Pinto Wray James LLP will be presenting a paper on Friday, January 23, 2015, at the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association’s Long Term Disability Conference: Good Faith Practices and Bad Faith from Coast to Coast.
No Contracting out of Limitations Act, 2002 for Group LTD Policies: Ontario Court of Appeal