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The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 and dismisses 25 leaves to appeal.
An important question raised here is whether Canadian homeowners have a reasonable expectation of privacy in their electricity consumption data.
Read about the impact the passing of Queen Elizabeth II will have on the legal system in a recent Canadian Lawyer Magazine article.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 19 leaves to appeal.
This case provides insight with respect to the application of the test for leave; and it examines the standard of review applicable to discretionary decisions.
The SCC will soon kick off its fall schedule. Read this latest CBA National Magazine article for insight into some upcoming cases to watch out for.
Read more about the nomination of the SCC’s first Indigenous judge in this most recent Law.com article.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 and dismisses 9 leaves to appeal.
When is a matter “incidental to an appeal or matter pending in the court”?
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 9 leaves to appeal.
Was the plumbing issue caused by a defect in the boat which existed before the boat came into the defendant’s possession or was the plumbing issue due to faulty repair?
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in R. v. Kirkpatrick.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 leave to appeal and dismisses 11.
R. v. Kirkpatrick is out this Friday. At issue is the proper approach to dealing with stealthing sexual assault cases (aka non-consensual condom removal). Last Thursday, the SCC clarified the offence of unlawful confinement in R. v. Sundman, 2022 SCC 31.
Last Friday, in a 5:4 split, the SCC in R. v. Lafrance, 2022 SCC 32 endorsed a generous approach s. 10(b) Charter right to counsel.
The Court of Appeal provided a useful summary of principles governing the scope of interventions.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in R. v. Lafrance.