Joseph Groia

Joseph Groia

Joseph Groia was called the Ontario’s Bar in 1981, and has since founded Groia and Company where he has been a Principal for over 20 years. He is a frequently involved with speaking engagements, conferences, and seminars where he teaches on topics including civility, legal ethics, securities regulation and more. He has held a position as a Bencher of the LSO since 2015.

The dangers of voter apathy at the Law Society of Ontario

The dangers of voter apathy at the Law Society of Ontario

Low engagement in the upcoming bencher election could impact the viability of self-governance

The law society should not adopt a party system

The logical end of running a slate of benchers in an election is the loss of self-regulation

The door to tort claims against the Ontario Securities Commission may have just opened

A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision could provide needed checks and balances on the OSC