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The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 2 leaves to appeal.
As noted by Bourgeois J.A., “[t]his is an unusual matter, triggering strong opposing views, not unlike the unusual times we are experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.”
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The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 1 leave to appeal.
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The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 5 leaves to appeal.
This case provides an excellent summary of the test and legal principles associated with an application for leave from the decision of an arbitrator.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed 7 leaves to appeal.
The circumstances of this case are “unusual” since the Moving Party “reasonably understood that her appeal was proceeding” and that the events leading up to the Registrar’s dismissal were “not of her making”.
The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 6 leaves to appeal.
In this case, the Court of Appeal determined that the prohibited “holding” of a cell phone is not restricted to using one’s hands.
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The Supreme Court of Canada dismisses 7 leaves to appeal.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in Grant Thornton LLP v. New Brunswick.
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