Omar Ha-Redeye was quoted by James Turner in the Metro newspaper for his critique of the R. v. Fearon decision: What’s dangerous is that the person arrested and released without charge has no recourse to challenge the validity of the search in court or have their privacy restored; once their privacy’s been
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John Tory hosted a thank you party for volunteers at the Acadian Court on December 17, 2014.
Pablo Fuchs interviewed Omar Ha-Redeye in the Winter 2014 edition of the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (CCCA) Magazine. The article is entitled Kickstarting Innovation in the Legal Department, One of the major reasons why corporate counsel have to familiarize themselves with technology is because the entire legal profession is moving that way.
See discussion on Slaw and CanLii Connects.
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke Toronto’s only call-in TV show for legal advice, Toronto Speaks with Natalka Falcomer, to answer questions on access to justice, contingency fee arrangements, personal injury law, and small claims. He was joined by George Brown, who explained what type of services paralegals can offer the public.