Law Society takes more unauthorized practice action
The Law Society recently obtained undertakings and covenants from the following people and businesses not to engage in unauthorized practice:
|Editor's note: Information on unauthorized practice undertakings is only published online for two years. As a result, some of this article is no longer available.|
Fred Yehia, of Vancouver, a former lawyer, consented to a B.C. Supreme Court order that he be prohibited from representing himself as a lawyer and further from appearing as counsel or advocate, drawing wills, estate documents, corporate documents or other legal documents, negotiating in any way for the settlement of a claim, giving legal advice, offering any of these services or representing himself as qualified to do so, in expectation of a fee, gain or reward: March 22, 2001.