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

News/
19 May 2020
Share
Share with your friends and colleagues
Pick one or more destinations:

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.

Recent News

In the News/19 January 2021

Province Called on to Close Courts, Move to Remote Proceedings

A group of lawyers, judges and courthouse employees have signed a letter calling on the Government of Ontario to shut down in-person court proceedings... Read More
News/18 January 2021

"Accessing Personal WhatsApp Messages on Shared Work Laptop an Invasion of Privacy"

Sean Fitzpatrick and Michael Thorburn represented the Canadian Media Guild in Canadian Broadcasting Corporation v Canadian Media Guild, wher... Read More
News/26 November 2020

Ryan White Interviewed by Professor David Doorey of Osgoode Hall Law School

Ryan White speaks to LLM students regarding the OLRB's decision that Foodora couriers are employees and not independent contractors

Osgoode Hall's Professor David Doorey interviewed Ryan White regarding the Foodora Unionization Decision and its impact on the gig economy. Read More