Every case is important to us, whether it is an appeal involving ground-breaking legal principles to be argued before the Supreme Court of Canada, an application brought by an individual before an administrative tribunal, or a contract or settlement negotiation. No matter what the issue or the forum, we go to bat for our clients and we get results.
Some of our notable cases can be found using the search tools below.
April 23, 1998
Ontario Court of Appeal holds that the opposite sex definition of spouse in the Income Tax Act violates the Charter.
April 02, 1998
Supreme Court of Canada holds that the exclusion of sexual orientation from Alberta's human rights statute violates s. 15 of the Charter.
February 02, 1998
This was the first case in which the Supreme Court of Canada interpreted the equality provisions of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
January 22, 1998
Supreme Court of Canada holds that employees whose employment is terminated as a result of bankruptcy are entitled to termination and severance pay.
November 03, 1997
Court refuses to grant an injunction to force teachers engaged in a province-wide political protest to return to work.
October 01, 1997
Ontario Court holds that the definition of spouse in the Insurance Act must include same-sex couples.