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The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in Mason v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration).
The SCC is releasing its decision in the immigration case of Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) v. Mason on Wednesday, Sept. 27. At issue is whether “inadmissible on security grounds” for acts of violence that could endanger Canadians requires proof the conduct is connected to national security issues. This decision could involve a significant standard of review analysis.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 and dismisses 22 leaves tp appeal.
This case showcases the immense value Canadian courts place on maintaining the integrity of solicitor-client privilege.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 10 leaves to appeal.
A key issue examined by the Trial Judge in this case, was whether expert evidence was required to establish the breaches of the standard of care alleged by the Appellant.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 8 leaves to appeal.
In this case, the C.A. provided important guidance on the availability of miscarriage of justice caused by ineffectiveness of counsel in civil cases.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 12 leaves to appeal.
“Eugene, The Last Word from your newsletter—issue #39 (Animal Law—The Snail in a Bottle Case) brought to mind a painful and embarrassing incident from very early in my career, that I wanted to share. Without going into great detail, I represented a party whose brother...
As a preliminary matter, in this case, the Court of Appeal clarified the standard of review applicable to the appeal provisions of The Pharmaceutical Act.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 leave to appeal.
In this case, the Court of Appeal provides a detailed summary of the Fatal Accidents Act and its historical development.
Retired lawyer Michael d’Eça makes a touching tribute to his dad on the remarkable occasion of his 100th birthday.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 and dismisses 7 leaves to appeal.
According to the Court of Appeal in this case, the “key question” is whether s. 161(2) prescribes a subjective mens rea component or not.