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If the Majority’s decision is upheld herein, one wonders what other provisions of the Code may be affected.
The end of July marked the end of season 4 of Fantasy Courts. This season we had 15 decisions to predict with plenty of surprises and close splits.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 3 leaves to appeal and dismisses 1.
The CA determined there could not have been a larger nor more liberal interpretation of the Statement of Claim than in this case.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in Nova Scotia (Attorney General) v. Judges of the Provincial Court and Family Court of Nova Scotia.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in British Columbia (Attorney General) v. Provincial Court Judges’ Association of British Columbia.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 and dismissed 6 leaves to appeal.
This Friday, the SCC is releasing its decisions in two appeals. At issue in both cases is whether to release Cabinet records.
Retired lawyer Scott Duke offers a few tokens of advice to younger lawyers after thirty years of practise.
The C.A. determines the Brothers’ sexual assaults of the plaintiffs was a “materialization” of the risk the Archdiocese placed in the community.
The Nfld C.A. rules that the St. John’s Roman Catholic Corporation is vicariously liable for abuse at Mount Cashel orphanage some 70 years later.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in the class actions case Atlantic Lottery Corp. Inc. v. Babstock.
The Supreme Court of Canada grants 1 and dismisses 2 leaves to appeal.
A Trial Judge must decide on “the totality of the evidence” in this case and whether an allegation of undue influence” has been proven.
This Friday, the SCC is releasing its decision in a case involving the certification of a class action over government-sanctioned video lottery games.
The Supreme Court of Canada releases a decision in the criminal law case R. v. Thanabalasingham.