Law Society of Upper Canada

Law Society of Upper Canada

July 31, 2007 16:56 ET

Law Society Tribunal Decisions

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - July 31, 2007) - The Law Society regulates the legal profession in the public interest.

As part of this mandate, the Law Society's Hearing and Appeal Panels recently heard the following matters. Hearing and Appeal Panels are composed of Law Society benchers - lawyers and lay people who are responsible for determining the appropriate disposition of cases.

Arthur Sidney Pollack (1967), of the City of Toronto

Decision: The Licensee's rights and privileges are suspended for a definite period of six months commencing at the end of his current administrative suspension. Upon resuming the practice of law, the Licensee must comply with specified conditions.

Yaroslav Mikitchook (1975), of the City of Toronto

Decision: The matter is adjourned to the Hearings Management Tribunal on September 10, 2007. The Licensee is subject to an interim suspension, commencing immediately and continuing until conditions are met.

Christopher-Lee Mitchell (1995), of the City of Toronto

Decision: The Member's licence is revoked.

More information about these matters can be found on the Law Society's website at http://www.lsuc.on.ca/regulation/a/discipline/. Reasons for decisions when provided by the panel are available on the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII) website at http://www.canlii.org.

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