“Watching the Watchers: Police Use of Body Cameras Needs to be Monitored” Published!

We are delighted to announce that our opinion piece, “Watching the Watchers: Police Use of Body Cameras Needs to be Monitored” has been published by The Conversation Canada which is an independent news outlet which only publishes articles written by academics affiliated with research institutions and universities. The Article can be found here: https://theconversation.com/watching-the-watchers-police-use-of-body-cameras-needs-to-be-monitored-140667

Joven Narwal Interviewed About the COVID-19 Pandemic and Sentencing

Joven Narwal was interviewed for a syndicated article for Glacier Media Group which appeared in news publications across B.C. including Burnaby Now, Tri-City News, New West Record, North Shore News, Richmond News, Prince George Matter, Vancouver Courier and others.

Joven Narwal Appointed to Judicial Council of the Tsawwassen First Nation

We are proud to announce that Joven Narwal has been appointed a member of the Judicial Council of the Tsawwassen First Nation where he will be responsible for resolving disputes that arise on Tsawwassen Lands, resolving disputes between Tsawwassen Members and elected officials, hearing appeals from administrative decisions and adjudicating the validity of Tsawwassen Laws.

We Obtain Sealing Order During Investigation by B.C. Securities Commission

In a powerful ruling from the B.C. Court of appeal, we successfully obtained an order sealing the court file and anonymizing our clients’ names on the basis that the existence of an investigation alone, prior to public allegations being made, would not only severely prejudice our clients’ reputation but also impact the integrity of the capital markets. The case arose in the context of an investigation by the B.C. Securities Commission. The court relied on our legal argument and evidence presented in finding that that the mere existence of the investigation would, among other concerns: