Stephanie DiGiuseppe speaks with Canadian Lawyer, “COA overturns ruling in case involving beaten inmate” (May 18, 2018). However, Stephanie DiGiuseppe, a sole practitioner who practices criminal defence law in Toronto, says she sees positive results for inmates as a result of the ruling. Stephanie is quoted: “[D]espite the Court’s decision to overturn the summary judgment…
Canadian Lawyer, “asked our readers to rank firms whose primary focus is criminal law”. Ruby, Shiller & Enenajor is proud to be ranked in the top 10 criminal law boutiques in Canada. Canadian Lawyer, “Protection against the state: Top 10 Criminal Law Boutiques” (22 May 2018).
Lisa Jørgensen discusses Bill C-75, an omnibus bill respecting crime legislation, with Maclean’s. As a board member of the Criminal Lawyers Association Lisa addresses concerns with the Bill. April 10, 2018.
Clayton Ruby and Annamaria Enenajor publish column on self-represented defendants at murder trials The Lawyer’s Daily. The Lawyer’s Daily provides legal news, analysis and current awareness for the law community in Canada. The article can be found here.
Annamaria Enenajor spoke to Kelly Cutrara on @AM640, answering some questions about bail in Ontario in light of breaking news that Const. James Forcillo is alleged to have breached at least one of his bail conditions pending his appeal. Listen to the interview here
In 1989, Michelle Douglas was discharged from Canada’s military for being a homosexual. Clayton Ruby argued the case on her behalf. Twenty-five years ago this week, the Federal Court of Canada ordered the Canadian Forces to cease its discrimination. In an article found here, Clayton Ruby speaks to The Globe & Mail about this case,…
An Ontario Superior Court judge dismissed an application last month by the local humane societies that were seeking to regain voting rights and their power to investigate animal cruelty, finding in favour of the OSPCA. Brian Shiller is counsel for the OSPCA. He spoke to the Ottawa Citizen about the victory here.