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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Canada (Attorney General) v. Bedford

March 26, 2012

Ontario Court of Appeal strikes down prostitution laws.

R. v. Ladue

March 23, 2012

Supreme Court of Canada sets out the special considerations judges must consider when sentencing Aboriginal offenders who breach Long Term Offender orders.

AMAPCEO v. Ontario (Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities)

February 20, 2012

Grievance Settlement Board holds that an employee who broke service for two years was not a probationary employee upon returning to employment in the OPS.

CUPE 4191 v. Trillium Health Centre

February 16, 2012

Hospital employees whose positions were eliminated were entitled to notice of layoff and were not obliged to follow the work to a different employer.

AMAPCEO v. Ontario (Ministry of Government Services)

January 30, 2012

Ontario Labour Relations Board holds that the Government violated its duty to bargain in good faith when it failed to disclose in bargaining a secret deal made with another union.

Batty v. City of Toronto

November 21, 2011

Judge orders the eviction of Occupy Toronto protesters from city parks.