The Truth – Fighting Defamatory Publications

The purpose of this post is to fight back against the defamatory postings on WordPress and other internet sites against my name:  CHRISTINA J. WALLIS, my colleagues, my firm, and my family.

I have a legitimate employment law blog entitled “EMPLOYMENT WATCH” which is being defaced on WordPress.

NADIRE ATAS  has admitted to the court that she is the author of hundreds of internet publications against myself and other lawyers who have acted for or against this individual. Several lawyers and other defamed persons have obtained an Injunction Order dated October 6, 2016, against this Nadire Atas which orders the her to make no further statements against myself and others and to also remove the current defamatory publications. The court’s reasons for the Order can be found here.  Unfortunately, the Nadire Atas fails to comply with court orders. Nadire Atas now faces a motion for contempt for breaching the injunction order and continuing to publish defamatory postings against myself and other lawyers — publications which now allegedly also involve vile and despicable internet postings against our family members including naming them pedophiles.

This page is dedicated to combatting the defamatory postings on the internet and will be updated from time to time.

Nadire Atas declared a Vexatious Litigant by the Court

On February 7, 2017, Justice Corbett heard a motion brought by the said individual requesting that Justice Corbett recuse himself from all matters alleging that Justice Corbett is biased. Justice Corbett proceeded to dismiss the motion and on that day declared the individual, Nadire Atas, to be a vexatious litigant within the meaning of s.140 of the Court of Justice Act. Attached is the endorsement, and a transcription of the endorsement, dated February 7, 2017.

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Vexatious Litigant

On January 3, 2018, Justice Corbett released Reasons for Judgment providing lengthy detailed reasons on why Nadire Atas has been declared a vexatious litigant. The Judgment provides an extremely broad s.140 vexatious litigant order in which Ms. Atas is required to seek leave from the court to commence or continue any proceeding in the Ontario courts. The order goes further to provide that Ms. Atas must provide a copy of the Reasons for Judgment should she make a complaint to any professional or regulatory body or a claim to a human rights commission or tribunal. Also, Ms Atas is not to commence any criminal proceeding or make a complaint to a peace officer without simultaneously providing a copy of the Reasons for Judgment. She is prohibited from requesting or receiving waiver of court filing fees. Ms. Atas has filed a Notice of Appeal to the Ontario Court of Appeal.

A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes” — by Mark Twain.  

I am putting on my shoes! — Christina Wallis