Litigation

Histories of Canadian law and Métis people are entwined, says Jean Teillet

Histories of Canadian law and Métis people are entwined, says Jean Teillet

Lawyer Jean Teillet spoke at the Law Society of Ontario

House of Commons reveals legal fee reimbursement over $54k

House of Commons reveals legal fee reimbursement over $54k

The purpose of the expense is not disclosed

Man discharged from his fourth bankruptcy

Man discharged from his fourth bankruptcy

Only other fourth-time discharge had 15-year suspension, says lawyer

Law professor Ryan Alford granted standing in national security law challenge

Law professor Ryan Alford granted standing in national security law challenge

Court of Appeal cites no concern that prof ‘is a busybody or that his interest is purely academic’

Appeal court ‘withdraws’ real estate decision after it was signed in error

Appeal court ‘withdraws’ real estate decision after it was signed in error

Safeguards already in place to prevent ‘unfortunate,’ ‘rare’ error, says Court of Appeal for Ontario

Court to consider summary judgment for Saugeen’s longstanding land dispute of Sauble Beach

Court to consider summary judgment for Saugeen’s longstanding land dispute of Sauble Beach

Decades of litigation do not advance reconciliation, says lawyer for First Nation