Wael Maged Badawy v. Law Society of Alberta, et al.
(Federal) (Civil) (By Leave)
Civil procedure - Case management.
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Civil procedure – Case management – Applicant seeking leave to add third parties, to file affidavit of documents and to have procedure set for summary trial – Whether Law Society of Alberta and Alberta Lawyers Insurance Association failed in their mandate and role in protecting the public from abuse and in advertizing, marketing and selling legal services using applicant’s registered trademark without permission or authorization.
Mr. Badawy is a plaintiff and a defendant by counterclaim in an action he launched in the Federal Court. Mr. Badawy sought leave to file a third party claim against the Alberta Law Society and the Alberta Law Insurance Association. He also requested leave to file an affidavit of documents and to have a summary trial procedure set.
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