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What’s the “matter” with the IAA? Taking a Closer Look at the Alberta Court of Appeal’s Constitutional Analysis

Canada - June 9 2022 The Alberta Court of Appeal recently assessed the constitutionality of the federal Impact Assessment Act and Physical Activities Regulations…

Chris Boettcher, Heather Maki

Federal Court Affirms Removal of First Nations Chief and Councillors Appointed for Life

Canada - May 9 2022 The Federal Court recently affirmed that members of a Northern Ontario First Nation had the power to remove their Chief and Headmen that had been…

Bryn Gray

Federal Court of Appeal Overturns Limitations Ruling in Major Historic Treaty Claim

Canada - March 28 2022 The Federal Court of Appeal recently handed down its decision in Canada v Jim Shot Both Sides (2022 FCA 20), finding that the major treaty land…

Heather Maki

Power Perspectives 2022 - Energy Litigation

Canada - March 22 2022 As discussed in more detail in our Aboriginal Law article, the Alberta Court of Appeal further clarified the nature of the public interest as it…

Reena Goyal, Samuel Lepage, Sam Rogers

The Open Court Principle v. Confidentiality in Private Dispute Resolution: The Court of Appeal of England and Wales weighs in

Canada, United Kingdom - February 2 2022 The England and Wales Court of Appeal recently handed down a decision addressing the competing principles of open justice and arbitral…