They examined Winnipeg lawyer Howard Tennenhouse, Calgary lawyer David Blott and Vancouver lawyer Stephen Bronstein, as well as many other lawyers. Ish”personally told Tennenhouse to the Law Society of Manitoba, which eventually appointed the experienced lawyer and reimbursed nearly a million dollars to clients. A Vancouver judge suspended Blott and others he worked with as a result of the CAP`s work after the plaintiffs complained that they had been improperly charged for loans, fees, penalties and interest – something that was prohibited by the CAP. And just last month, the IRSAS called for an investigation into Bronstein, but opted for a “review” of his practice and an alleged link to a pardoned murderer who was doing IAP registration work. “ In 2012, the Law Society of Manitoba excluded Tennenhouse for life. He pleaded guilty and agreed to reimburse the “$950,000 in additional fees” he had charged 55 former boarding students.   In 2014, when the Alberta Law Society accused Calgary lawyer David Blott of “making mistakes in his management of comparisons that were attributed to survivors of abuse in boarding schools,” Blott resigned.  “The investigation into Blott`s action cost taxpayers $3.5 million.”  Ivon Johnny, a convicted murderer, was released from parole in January 2013 after “charges he threatened and extorted. large sums of money from vulnerable applicants and, in some cases, a cognitive impairment [of IRSSA].
In February 2013, “B.C Supreme Court Justice Brenda Brown ordered Bronstein to be questioned by a court monitor about his alleged affairs with Johnny.”  For general information on paying for the common experience or for any questions regarding the CEP application for Kivalliq Hall, call 1-866-640-9992 or visit the IRS Official Court`s CEP website. Map of the distribution of independent assessment institutions. . . .