Alex Procope and Kim Whaley from WEL Partners co-chaired the recent Ontario Bar Association program: Your Comprehensive Guide to Section 3 Counsel. PBP Partners Mercedes Perez  and Kelley Bryan joined the faculty of several leading capacity practitioners. This was the first full-day professional development program on this important role. Section 3 counsel is appointed for […]

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Kelley Bryan and Mercedes Perez are proud to have been recently added to ReferToHer, a referral list of experienced female litigators. ReferToHer is an initiative of law firm Lenczner Slaght, conceived as a means of supporting and promoting the advancement of female lawyers within Canada’s legal profession.  ReferToHer is comprised of a series of practice […]

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PBP Lawyers are celebrating our third anniversary! This milestone provides an opportunity to reflect on the core values of providing excellent service to our our clients in everything from a one-time consultation to litigation and appeals. We continue to be grateful for the continued support and look forward to another successful year. Check out what […]

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In an application filed with the Human Rights Tribunal on International Women’s Day, Alex Petit-Thorne sheds light on how CUPE deals with sexual harassment internally. Kelley Bryan is representing Ms. Petit-Thorne in the claim. Ms. Petit-Thorne, a union member, made a sexual harassment complaint in November 2018 against Devin Lefebvre, CUPE Local 3903’s chairperson. Her […]

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Alex Procope and Jane Meadus are again co-directing the Osgoode Certificate in Elder Law Program 2019 this winter. This Certificate Program is an intensive 5-day series presented by Osgoode Professional Development. The faculty includes experts in law, health and policy. This multi-disciplinary perspective gives graduates of the program a solid understanding of: capacity law; powers of attorney; […]

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PBP Lawyers are celebrating our second anniversary! Thank you to our clients and colleagues for the continued support. Over the last year we have successfully represented clients at the Supreme Court of Canada, at all levels of Ontario courts and at various administrative tribunals. We have also been perhaps overly-active contributors to legal education programs […]

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Kelley was excited to speak at the 3rd Annual Mental Disorder and Criminal Justice Conference on April 28, 2018.  The conference was co-hosted by the Criminal Lawyers’ Association and the Law and Mental Disorder Association, and covered many recent issues relating to offenders with mental health issues in the criminal justice system.  Along with co-panelists […]

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On March 3, 2018, Kelley is excited to be speaking at the 14th Annual Asian Canadian Law Students Conference.  The conference is attended by law students from across Canada and features speakers on  careers as well as substantive legal issues.  Distinguished speakers at this year’s conference include the Honourable Mr. Justice Juriansz of the Ontario […]

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Kelley commented today in The Lawyer’s Daily, on mental capacity issues arising in the case of Canadian boxing legend George Chuvalo.  A recent ruling of the Superior Court (2018 ONSC 311) found that Mr. Chuvalo lacks mental capacity to decide whether to reconcile with his second wife.  Two of his adult children from his first […]

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