Our experience is second to none. We have been involved in many ground breaking legal cases before many different administrative tribunals and at all levels of the courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Our most recent Notable Cases, as well as the most recent developments in some of our Class Action cases, can be found below. Click on “More Cases” to see a full list and to search for other interesting cases.
In addition to winning cases, our lawyers write and publish in their areas of expertise. We also analyze changes in the law that are relevant to our clients. Links to some of our publications can be found below.
March 04, 2021
In two recent decisions, the Ontario Labour Relations Board has shed light on what does – and doesn’t – constitute an unlawful strike.
July 27, 2020
Ontario Court of Appeal has struck down two sections of the Criminal Code that removed the availability of conditional sentences for certain offences on the basis that they violated the rights of Aboriginal offenders.
June 26, 2020
The Supreme Court declares Uber’s mandatory arbitration clause unconscionable, paving the way for a proposed employment law class action
June 30, 2021
Kelly Doctor explains how lawyers can help a client prove that their animal is a “service animal"
June 10, 2021
Dan Sheppard sets out all of the emergency orders, amendments to emergency orders, and new legislation as governments respond to the COVID-19 pandemic - Updated to June 10, 2021.
February 23, 2021
Natai Shelsen explains how to tame even the toughest negotiator (or tyrant toddler) in this article published in Canadian Lawyer.
Appeals & Judicial Review
Few law firms have our appellate experience before all levels of the courts. Find out how we can help you with an appeal or a judicial review application.
Latest Class Action Cases
September 20, 2021
The plaintiffs have amended their statement of claim. You can read it here.
August 06, 2021
The defendants have served their motion material for the certification of this class action. More information here.
May 20, 2021
The CIBC has appealed three decisions made by the Superior Court since last March. The appeal is scheduled to be heard in September.