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Have the Katz been let out of the bag? Uncertainty about the standard of review for challenges to regulations

Canada - December 21 2022 Individuals or businesses aggrieved by regulations can apply to a court to review the regulation and determine whether it is valid or should be…

David Williams

L’arrêt Katz et l’incertitude quant à la norme de contrôle qu’il convient d’appliquer pour les contestations de règlements

Canada - December 20 2022 Les particuliers ou les entreprises lésés par un règlement peuvent demander à un tribunal de l’examiner et de déterminer s’il est valide ou s’il doit…

David Williams

B.C. Court of Appeal offers guidance for judicial review of administrative appeals

Canada - March 17 2022 In College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia v. The Health Professions Review Board, 2022 BCCA 10, the British Columbia Court of Appeal…

Brodie Noga

Canadian courts confirm significant limits on privacy class actions

Canada - December 8 2021 For businesses operating in Canada, 2021 brought welcome guidance: courts across the country repeatedly exercised their gatekeeping role to put a…

Robert Carson, Mark A. Gelowitz, Lauren Harper, Céline Legendre, Emily MacKinnon

Supreme Court of Canada revisits the law of government liability in negligence

Canada - November 15 2021 Nelson (City) v. Marchi (Marchi), 2021 SCC 41, is the Supreme Court of Canada’s latest update on the law of government liability in negligence. The…

David Williams