And now for an update you can really sink your teeth into.
In response to our coverage of the Nova Scotia Denturists Board decision against her last time out, Kathy Purcell and her lawyer Jonathan Cuming of TMC Law say they didn’t so much mind the nibble of a two-week suspension and $5,000 in costs and a fine, so much as the arbitrary nature of the bite.
Wolfville’s Laura MacNutt is going back for round two with Acadia University, taking her case to Appeals Court in a bid to win some recognition and relief from increasingly compounding legal fees.
With another suspension under his belt, an ongoing Barristers Society review, and a history of unproven allegations for everything from threatening a client to sexual assault, it may come as no surprise that anyone working with Lyle Howe has to keep a broadly open mind. A natural suspicion of “the man” probably doesn’t hurt either.
Pier 101 owner Laura MacNutt has launched a social media fundraising campaign in her bid to fight on against Acadia University.
A builders brouhaha is about to bubble up into Small Claims Court, as Carman Construction & Property Management finds itself chasing after a bill.
Emily Carman claims her family’s Barton, Digby County company was hired last year to do a cosmetic renovation of the St. Benoni cottage of Halifax family law superstar Mary Jane McGinty-Underwood.
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