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Volume 32, August 2018
Orders LaWyeR MaTTeRS
a. Determining whether the respondent is or has been incapacitated;
b. Determining the extent of any incapacity and prognosis for
c. Determining what terms or conditions are required to protect the
2. The respondent shall answer Dr. Klassen’s questions and shall
cooperate with the examination process, including by participating
in any relevant medical or psychological testing as required by Dr.
Klassen, providing Dr. Klassen with any requested health records,
and providing Dr. Klassen with any requested authorisation to obtain
information from the respondent’s health practitioners. If Dr. Klassen
believes that the respondent’s marriage counselling records are
required for the assessment and the respondent objects, then the
Law Society may bring a motion to this panel.
or, at Dr. Klassen’s discretion, at another medical centre or physician’s
office in Toronto.
sessions of up to eight hours each, and if a third session is required
5. In the event that Dr. Klassen would like to conduct more than three
sessions with the respondent or to change the duration or location of
the meetings, then the Law Society may bring a motion to this panel.
6. a copy of Dr. Klassen’s report following the examination process shall
be provided to the respondent and to the Law Society.
(Counsel for the Society, Joshua Elcombe / the Lawyer self-represented)
July 19, 2018
The Law Society alleged that Sean Franklin Zaboroski, 2002, of
Toronto, committed professional misconduct.
The panel determined that the following allegation was established:
interest to the interest of Client a by paying his accounts exceeding
$85,000 for outstanding fees from moneys received in his trust
account from investors/potential shareholders of Client a, causing