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Jeffery Wilson is legal counsel for the Sixties Scoop class action lawsuit, initiated by Marcia Brown Martel. The "Sixties Scoop," refers to the removal of thousands of First Nations children from their families between 1961 and 1985 by child welfare authorities.
In Sarah Hamson’s Globe and Mail article regarding the Madonna/Ritchie custody litigation, Jeffery Wilson comments "Custody litigation is reserved for the very wealthy by and large. It has nothing to do with the children..."
Brenda's results are highlighted in the 2009 article 'Millionaire ordered to pay $31,015 a month in temporary child support' by Kirk Makin. Brenda secured the largest temporary child support awarded by a court in Canada.
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