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Kate Hughes and Tyler Boggs Present Final Arguments in McWilliam v Toronto Police Services Board

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19 May 2020
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On May 7, 2020, Kate Hughes and Tyler Boggs presented final arguments in the case of McWilliam v Toronto Police Services Board. The case, which involves allegations of sexual harassment and assault, is being litigated at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. It took 6 years to come to its conclusion.

Closing submissions were covered by the Star here. A decision on the matter is expected within the next month.

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