Federal Prosecutor says sorry for slamming energy minister

22 December, 2016
Lawyer alleged a bribe was sought in Sudbury byelection bribery case.  Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault was erroneously accused of acting corruptly.  The federal prosecutor who made the claim has apologized.

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Thirty Years of Dedication

15 October, 2016

Scott Fenton was covered recently in a Toronto-based publication that profiles influential local business leaders.

Excerpt: "Criminal lawyer, published author, lecturer, and Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and International Society of Barristers – for nearly thirty years, Scott Fenton has accrued a vast and varied background in the legal profession..."

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Dean Del Mastro’s cousin David Del Mastro acquitted in election financing case

20 May, 2016

David Del Mastro, a Mississauga, Ont., businessman who was accused of running an elaborate scheme to funnel money to his cousin’s political campaign, was acquitted on all counts Friday.

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Defence counsel worries decision may mean yielding too much turf

13 May, 2016

Officials of international organizations can breathe easier after the Supreme Court ruled 9-0 that key immunities guaranteed by an international treaty.

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New lawyer for Del Mastro as he awaits latest appeal

10 May, 2016

Former Peterborough MP Dean Del Mastro has parted ways with his lawyer, Leo Adler, and retained Toronto attorney Scott Fenton as he moves forward with his latest appeal.

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