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  • Constitutional: Published Comment in Chronicle-Herald Re: Constitutionality of Liquor FeesAugust 19, 2016

    Well, although I always cringe when a news article identifies me as an “expert” (lawyers are to refrain from any such classifications, except under unique circumstances), I suppose that I have been contacted in the past to issue expert opinions on matters involving Constitutional Law (also, I spent … Read more »

  • International: Note on Bill C-21 Amendments to Customs ActJuly 21, 2016

    In mid-June, Canada’s Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness introduced Bill C-21 “an Act to amend the Customs Act.” Although the bill is a short one — in legislative terms, it carries dramatic impact on provisions to the Customs Act.  Where it is customary in my practice to focus on t … Read more »

  • Election as Chair of Greater Burnside Business AssociationMay 19, 2016

    I am pleased to acknowledge my election as the Chair of the Greater Burnside Business Association.  It is a great honor.  I look forward to working alongside the Board of Directors, and to helping the GBBA continue to grow in prominence.  I also look forward to working alongside other regional and b … Read more »

  • General: Flattering Email from a ClientMay 19, 2016

    Alright, this email — sent by a client — leaves me a bit gushing.  With the client’s explicit permission, I am republishing it, here: I love you for your close, caring help; I love you for your loyalty; I love you for your talent; you are just an amazing human being and we are so privileged  […] … Read more »

  • Constitutional Law/Land Use Law: U.S. Supreme Court Case UpdateMay 16, 2016

    I just learned that the U.S. Supreme Court will be in conference this Thursday, to consider the merits between accepting my client’s petition in Bee’s Auto v. City of Clermont.  This is an exciting and consequential period:  if at least four (4) Justices vote to accept the petition, we would be noti … Read more »