Litigation

Class-action lawsuit against Ford to proceed to trial following issuance of certification notice

Class-action lawsuit against Ford to proceed to trial following issuance of certification notice

Class includes individuals who purchased or leased 2013 or 2014 model year Ford vehicles across Canada

Self-represented Indigenous litigants entitled to procedural fairness within Aboriginal law: ONCA

Self-represented Indigenous litigants entitled to procedural fairness within Aboriginal law: ONCA

Judge worsened error by dismissing constitutional questions about penalties and the injunction: AG

Legal Aid Ontario sets up consultation process for roster member minimum experience standards

Legal Aid Ontario sets up consultation process for roster member minimum experience standards

Consultation running until Jan. 24

Canadian Constitution Foundation backs Ontario woman ordered to remove anti-Trudeau banner

Canadian Constitution Foundation backs Ontario woman ordered to remove anti-Trudeau banner

CCF assists woman in appealing order issued by Port Colborne officials

Justice Brown calls for revised civil and criminal appellate rules to allow reply factums in appeals

Justice Brown calls for revised civil and criminal appellate rules to allow reply factums in appeals

Court says lack of reply factum prevents it from fully understanding disputes before verbal hearings

Judicial appointments announced: Ontario Court of Justice welcomes six new judges

Judicial appointments announced: Ontario Court of Justice welcomes six new judges

Two new judges assigned to Halton and the other four to Toronto