Book of Authorities
To assist parties to Law Society of Alberta hearings and pursuant to the Pre-Hearing and Hearing Guideline, the Tribunal Office has developed an online resource, the Tribunal Office Book of Authorities (Book of Authorities) containing frequently cited cases below. A party wishing to rely on a case included in the Book of Authorities need not reproduce that case. The parties remain responsible for providing copies (PDFs) of all other authorities to which they wish to refer. The Book of Authorities is meant to facilitate the hearing process by relieving parties of the need to copy or file frequently cited cases. It is not a complete list of relevant cases or a statement of law. Cases are added to and deleted from the Book of Authorities from time to time. Any questions or comments concerning the Book of Authorities, including recommendations for additions to or deletions from the list, should be directed to the Tribunal Office.

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Case Name Year Issue
Law Society of Alberta v Morales, 2018 ABLS 19
Morales
2018Misleading the client, another lawyer or the court
Strother v Law Society of British Columbia, 2018 BCCA 481
Strother
2018Standard expected of lawyers
Law Society of Alberta v Sidhu, 2017 ABCA 224
Sidhu
2017Access to a lawyer’s electronic materials
Kuny v College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba, 2017 MBCA 111
Kuny
2017Disclosure required in an investigation vs. a hearing
Foo v Law Society of British Columbia, 2017 BCCA 151
Foo
2017Assault or threats by a lawyer
Law Society of Alberta v Jeffrey Plantje, 2007 LSA 22
Plantje
2017Sexual harassment or improper sexual conduct by lawyer
R. v Anthony-Cook, 2016 SCC 43
Anthony-Cook
2016Joint submissions
Scott v College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia, 2016 BCCA 180
Scott
2016Interim suspension test
Law Society of Alberta v Ayers, 2016 ABLS 41
Ayers
2016Failure to serve clients
Law Society of Alberta v Moughel, 2016 ABLS 38
Moughel
2016Failure to serve clients