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A decision has been released in relation to the matter of Law Society of Saskatchewan v Nathan Phillips. The following allegations against the Member were proven:
1. did, advance frivolous and/or vexatious arguments and positions as demonstrated by the following matters:
2. did, fail to provide a quality of service generally expected of a competent lawyer in a like situation as demonstrated by the following matters:
A penalty hearing will be scheduled in due course.
For more information on Law Society of Saskatchewan discipline proceedings, please visit the Discipline Section of the Law Society of Saskatchewan website.