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Volume 41, October 2018
Orders LAWYER MATTERS
evidence that satisfies the Executive Director, Professional Regulation
(the “Director”) that:
a. the Respondent is capable of meeting his obligations as a licensee;
b. the Respondent’s illness or infirmity can be managed by following
a prescribed course of treatment and the Respondent has given
an Undertaking and Acknowledgement, in which the Respondent
undertakes to comply with the prescribed course of treatment and
such further restrictions or conditions on his ability to practise law,
which satisfies the Director that the Respondent is able to meet
any and all of his obligations as a licensee; and the Director has
notified the Respondent in writing that he or she is satisfied with
the medical evidence.
2. 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, while suspended pursuant to this Order.
3. There shall be no costs of this application.
(Counsel for the Society, Tanus Rutherford / Counsel for the Lawyer, Ian
September 20, 2018
In this motion concerning Frederick Barrie Wray, 1973, of Brantford,
the panel considered the motion of the Law Society of Ontario (“the Law
• An interlocutory suspension of the Responding Party’s licence.
The panel orders:
1. Effective immediately, the Responding Party is prohibited from
accepting retainers to act on new matters, whether from existing
clients or new clients.
2. On or before September 21, 2018, the Responding Party shall deliver
to the Law Society’s Regulatory Compliance Department a current list
of all active matters and active clients.
3. If the Responding Party fails to comply with paragraph 2, his licence
shall be suspended indefinitely until he complies.
4. The Responding Party will promptly respond to any additional
requests from the Regulatory Compliance Department and will