lxxxvi ONTARIO REPORTS SEPTEMBER 14, 2018
Volume 37, September 2018
Orders LaWyeR MaTTeRS
and shall continue to be suspended indefinitely thereafter until, to
the satisfaction of the executive Director, Professional Regulation
of the Law Society or her designate (hereinafter the “executive
Director”), she has provided a complete response to the Law Society
requests dated March 12th, 2018 in Case No. 2018-216407 and
March 19th, 2018 in Case No. 2018-216607.
2. While suspended pursuant to this order, the Respondent shall comply
fully with the terms of the Law Society’s Guidelines for Lawyers Who
Are Suspended or Who Have Given an Undertaking Not to Practise.
3. The Respondent shall pay costs to the Law Society in the amount of
$6,000 on or before the deadline of august 24, 2019. Starting the
day following the deadline for the payment of costs, interest shall
accrue on any unpaid part of those costs at a rate of 3% per year.
(Counsel for the Society, Stephen Wishart / the Lawyer was assisted by
Duty Counsel, M. Z. Tufman and G. A. P. Tufman)
august 27, 2018
In this proceeding concerning William Ndze Fuhgeh, 2008, of Ottawa,
the panel considered the respondent’s motions for:
General of Canada, and Kimberley Stewart.
The request for production from Kimberley Stewart was dismissed by
order dated May 17, 2018, with costs to Ms. Stewart.
The panel orders:
1. The request for production from Mr. Makoundi is dismissed.
2. The attorney General of Canada shall disclose correspondence from
Client a to alain Prefontaine, Paul Battin and alexander Gay in 2013
and 2014 that contains any allegations, views, opinions, positions or
arguments about those lawyers, the aGC or the litigation.
3. The motion seeking more detailed particulars is dismissed as against
the Law Society.
4. There are no costs awarded as between the attorney General of
Canada and the respondent.