Make your voice heard on Bill C-51 and rights violations in the name of security

Fight for your rights before you lose them! “Apathy is the best friend of the status quo or oppression, and an enemy of empowerment and progress.” The Canadian government is reviewing our national security framework and have been consulting Canadians on key elements of Canada’s national security laws and policies to ensure they reflect the […]

Faisal Kutty included in The Muslim 500: The Most Influential Muslims in the World

Faisal Kutty has been selected for the seventh consecutive year for inclusion in The Muslim 500: The Most Influential Muslims in the World (page 156) 2017 edition. The Muslim 500: The World’s Most Influential Muslims is an annual compilation published by The Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Institute and is affiliated with the Royal Aal al-Bayt […]

Trademark protection for your business identity – Name, Logo, Slogan

Your business name, logos and slogans are important assets. Trademarks are a key way of protecting these assets that essentially identify and define your business to your customers and to the marketplace. What is a trademark? A trademark can be a word, name, design, logo, slogan, sound, or packaging that identifies and distinguishes your goods […]

KSM Presents the MAX Friend of the Community Award

KSM Law is pleased to sponsor and will be presenting the MAX Friend of the Community Award at the MAX GALA ( Awards presentation on March 24th at the Ritz-Carlton Toronto Hotel. We would also like to congratulate our co-founder Faisal Kutty for being selected as a finalist for a Platinum Award of Excellence. We […]

Time to overhaul Canada’s no-fly program

Article By: Faisal Kutty and Mustafa Jilani Published in the Toronto Star on Fri Jan 15 2016 As the U.S. backs away from no-fly lists, the Canadian one is becoming more secretive, sweeping and less accountable. In the wake of the 6-year-old caught in Canada’s no-fly web, the government has promised to examine changes to […]

KSM Law Exhibits at 2015 Annual RIS Conference

KSM Law attended the 2015 Annual Reviving of the Islamic Spirit (RIS) Conference as an Exhibitor, from December 25-27, 2015. The conference was attended by over 10,000 participants from across Canada and the United States, over the course of the three day event. It provided the opportunity for many of the firm’s valued clients to […]

Question Mark Zuckerberg’s Motives But Don’t Judge His Charity

The moment I tweeted and shared the story about Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan announcing to give away 99 per cent of their fortune, people started turning every stone to discover faults, potential tax savings, or other ulterior motives. Contrary to the old adage of never looking a gift horse in the mouth, critics examined […]

CTV News – Impact of Hate Crimes – Canada responds united

CTV’s Todd Van der Heyden and CAF’s legal advisor & KSM lawyer Mohamed El Rashidy discuss the spike in hate crimes across Canada. The impact it had on the Muslim community, the response by the community along with the rest of Canadians. About the Canadian Arab Federation (CAF) The Canadian Arab Federation (CAF) was formed […]

KSM Law welcomes two additional lawyers

KSM Law welcomes two experienced litigators to the firm. Ahmed Bulbulia is an experienced litigation lawyer who has enforced and defended his clients’ rights before various courts and tribunals including the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Trademarks Opposition Board. Throughout his career he has represented […]

Black History Month Does Not Erase a History of Racism

“This is a very racist society,” says Professor Noam Chomsky commenting in the wake of Ferguson protests late last year. The noted public intellectual then traced the history of anti-black racism in America. Immediately after the abolition of slavery, he said the country witnessed the criminalization of black life and (referring to the prisons) the […]