Joseph Osborne is building a legal practice in commercial litigation. He advises on a variety of matters related to contractual disputes, class action defence, international arbitration and regulatory compliance.
During his legal studies, Joseph led a pro bono research project regarding Ontario condominium legislation and wrote refugee research reports for the University of Toronto’s International Human Rights Program. He also worked at a community legal clinic and volunteered as an intake coordinator at Pro Bono Ontario, where he assisted self-represented litigants. Prior to law school, Joseph worked for a senior member of the Ontario Legislative Assembly and tutored students taking law school and graduate school admissions exams.
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Insights by Joseph Osborne (7 Posts)
The Ontario Court of Appeal offers guidance on how courts should approach anti-SLAPP motions brought by defendants.
A summary of the key ways to advance or continue litigation during the pandemic.
Keepin' It "Real": OPC Finds that PIPEDA Applies to Foreign-Incorporated Business
Recent Ontario decision calls into question prior holdings about the transferability of salespersons' skills.
Ontario Securities Commission exemptive relief decision clarifies ability of investment fund managers to permit rehypothecation of portfolio assets.
June 15, 2018, Supreme Court upheld the Ontario and British Columbia Law Societies' decisions to deny accreditation to TWU's proposed law school, a 7-2 decision
CSA Reinforces Position that Securities Laws Apply to Cryptocurrency Offerings, Confirms Regulatory Scrutiny for Industry ParticipantsJul 19, 2018
Jun 11, 2018, CSA published Staff Notice 46-308 – Securities Law Implications for Offerings of Tokens providing regulatory guidance on token and coin offerings.
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