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You Gotta Fight For Your Right… To Change Counsel: The Right of a Proposed Representative Plaintiff in a Class Action to Change Counsel

Canada - May 28 2021 Does a proposed representative plaintiff in a class action in Alberta have the right to change their counsel mid-course, and if so, when should the…

Colleen Bonnyman.

Peace, Order, and Greenhouse Gasses: Canada’s Top Court Affirms Federal GHG Pricing

Canada - March 26 2021 Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Canada released its much anticipated decision in Reference re Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act. In a 6-3…

Charlotte-Anne Malischewski, Mark Risebrough, Nicole Fitz-Simon.

Energy Litigation

Canada - March 25 2021 Whether a party has standing before a tribunal is not commonly litigated, however, the question of standing can be of critical importance to parties…

Julie K. Parla, Sam Rogers, Samuel Lepage, William Horne.

On the Path to the Supreme Court - Alberta Court of Appeal Rules Federal Carbon Pricing Legislation Unconstitutional

Canada - March 5 2020 On February 24, 2020, the Alberta Court of Appeal released its highly anticipated reference decision (2020 ABCA 74) on the Federal Greenhouse Gas…

Kimberly J. Howard, Sean Kelly.

Alberta Court clarifies rules on undertakings in the class action certification process

Canada - November 4 2019 A recent decision of the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench has clarified the limits on demands for undertakings, specifically in the context of…

Nathan Stewart.