Harry Kopyto is back before the Law Society Hearing Panel on Monday May 9, 2011 at 9:30 a.m., in the Museum Room, Osgoode Hall in downtown Toronto.
The Law Society is trying to block the Blight panel from hearing his constitutional challenge to overturn the hostile takeover law. This law gives lawyers control over their paralegal competitors. The public suffers from this price-fixing monopoly which restricts access to affordable justice.
The Law Society is vulnerable. The law is on Harry’s side. The LSUC prosecutors know this. This is why they brought a pre-emptive strike motion.
Blight claims that she will be fair to Harry. Will she keep her promise? Be there to show the Panel that the public supports Harry’s right to argue his case.