Our Notable Cases

Photo of three lawyers celebrating a victory / Photo des avocats.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.

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R. v. Appulonappa

November 27, 2015

The Supreme Court of Canada rules that human smuggling law is unconstitutionally overbroad.

ALOC v. Ontario

October 13, 2015

Arbitrator holds that post-retirement benefits are subject to collective bargaining and a "freeze" provision in the parties' collective agreement.

Trinity Western University v. The Law Society of Upper Canada

July 02, 2015

The Law Society reasonably refused to accredit TWU's proposed law school, given its discriminatory Covenant, says the Divisional Court.

R. v. Kokopenace

May 21, 2015

Supreme Court limits the government's obligation to make reasonable efforts to address the under-representation of Aboriginal people on jury rolls.

Henry v. British Columbia (Attorney General)

May 01, 2015

Supreme Court holds that wrongly convicted man can sue the state for Charter damages without demonstrating that prosecutors acted maliciously.

Morgan v. Vitran

April 30, 2015

The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld a trial decision holding that constructively dismissed employee did not have to accept another position with the employer to mitigate his damages.