Canadian government claims residential school lawyer committed fraud over fees

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The Canadian government says a law firm that represented thousands of residential school survivors should have to pay back legal fees because it inflated its billings.¬†Arguments were made today in the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, where lawyers for the Canada’s attorney general accused the Merchant Law Group of fraud, deceit and fraudulent misrepresentation.

Read the full article at CBC News.