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BCCA Rules Civil Jury Fees Are Constitutional

Canada - September 21 2017 On September 15, 2017, the B.C. Court of Appeal rejected a challenge by the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia (“TLA”) to the...

In Which Ontario Court Do I Bring My Constitutional Challenge?

Canada - April 26 2017 “Can a litigant challenge the constitutional validity of subordinate legislation such as a provincial regulation by bringing an application under Rule...

Summary Judgment in Pharmaceutical Class Actions: A New Era

Canada - November 29 2016 McCarthy Tétrault LLP has defeated a proposed national class action commenced in Ontario against a healthcare company relating to the sale of a...

Breanna Needham, Neil Finkelstein, Brandon Kain.

Hamilton City’s Attempt to Stamp Out Community Mail Delivery Ruled Unconstitutional (Sort of)

Canada - October 25 2016 In response to Canada Post’s announcement that it was restructuring its mail delivery and doing away with home delivery services, the City of Hamilton...

Hakim Kassam.

Ontario Court of Appeal Clarifies Definition of “Promoter”

Canada - January 15 2016 In Goldsmith v. National Bank of Canada, the Ontario Court of Appeal clarified the definition of “promoter” in the context of a proposed secondary...

Jessica L. Laham, R. Paul Steep, Matthew Cumming, Eric Block.