New issue of Administrative & Regulatory Case Review released

The latest issue of our Administrative & Regulatory Case Law Review, edited by Andrea Gonsalves ...
 

Justin Safayeni represents Amnesty International in ground-breaking case on First Nations child welfare funding

In a precedent-setting decision released today, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruled that First ...
 

Gerald Chan quoted in major “tower dump” search warrant case

Stockwoods lawyer Gerald Chan was cited by the Court in R. v. Rogers Communications, a landmark deci...
 

Gerald Chan speaking on Charter issues in provincial offences prosecutions

Gerald Chan will speak at the Osgoode Certificate in Provincial Offences Court Practice program on S...
 

Brendan van Niejenhuis and Justin Safayeni win summary judgment in Parkdale tenants’ class action against the City of Toronto

Stockwoods lawyers Brendan van Niejenhuis and Justin Safayeni successfully obtained summary judgment...
 

Paul Le Vay, Luisa Ritacca recognized in LEXPERT Guide to the Leading Cross-Border Lawyers

Stockwoods congratulates our partners Paul Le Vay and Luisa Ritacca, who were recognized in LEXPERT ...
 

Here’s the latest issue of our Administrative & Regulatory Case Review

In the latest issue of the Administrative & Regulatory Case Law Review, co-editors Andrea Gonsal...
 

Owen Rees awarded Meritorious Service Medal

Stockwoods congratulates our partner Owen Rees, M.S.M. on being awarded one of Canada’s most prest...
 

Brendan van Niejenhuis to co-chair Osgoode National Forum on Administrative Law; Andrea Gonsalves and Johanna Braden featured as speakers

Stockwoods partner Brendan van Niejenhuis will co-chair (with Lorne Sossin and Sean Gaudet) the 11th...
 

Federal Court Holds New Statutory Class Privilege to Protect CSIS Human Sources Does Not Apply to Pending Litigation

The Federal Court has held that newly enacted s. 18.1 of the Canadian Security Intelligence Services...
 

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