Litigation

Ruling affirms racial profiling can be result of a police officer's unconscious bias: lawyers

Ruling affirms racial profiling can be result of a police officer's unconscious bias: lawyers

In split decision, majority of Court of Appeal finds stop and arrest was racially motivated

Next phase of Restoule Treaty annuity appeal beginning in early June

Next phase of Restoule Treaty annuity appeal beginning in early June

Treaty interpretation must evaluate common intentions of parties at the time: David Nahwegahbow

Narcissism of small differences: A defamation-law lesson from Trump’s 2020 election fraud claims

Narcissism of small differences: A defamation-law lesson from Trump’s 2020 election fraud claims

If you are going to be sued for defamation, you want to be sued in the U.S., says David Salter

Federal Court of Appeal sends West Bank wine-labelling case back to Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Federal Court of Appeal sends West Bank wine-labelling case back to Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Federal Court had not applied post-Vavilov reasonableness review: Court

Constitutional and health law experts weigh in on Federal Court’s hotel isolation decision

Constitutional and health law experts weigh in on Federal Court’s hotel isolation decision

Merits of Charter challenge to be heard in June

Ontario Court of Appeal clarifies law on one of Ontario Review Board’s most litigated issues: lawyer

Ontario Court of Appeal clarifies law on one of Ontario Review Board’s most litigated issues: lawyer

The Court made two findings that will have a significant impact on Review Board law, says lawyer