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Dismissal For Chronic Delay – New Six Question Framework
On April 19, 2017, in Humphreys v Trebilcock, 2017 ABCA 116, the Alberta Court of Appeal set out six "essential" questions that an adjudicator must ask in order to apply Rule 4.31, the "chronic delay" rule.
Canada
25 Apr 2017
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Out-Of-Province Class Actions Go To The Supreme Court Of Canada
On November 5, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada (the "SCC") granted leave to appeal in two related cases: Endean v. British Columbia, 2014 BCCA 61, and Parsons v. Ontario, 2015 ONCA 158.
Canada
17 Nov 2015
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What Is A Pre-Judgment Garnishing Order?
A pre-judgment garnishing order is a way of securing funds from a debtor to satisfy a judgment you have yet to obtain.
Canada
28 Oct 2015
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What Happens In Ecuador… No Longer Stays In Ecuador. The Supreme Court Of Canada Eliminates A Jurisdictional Barrier To Cross-Border Enforcement Action
On September 4, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada issued its decision in Chevron Corp v Yaiguaje, 2015 SCC 42.
Canada
11 Sep 2015
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SCC Clarifies That Provincial Superior Courts Can Decide The Lawfulness Of Federal Legislation If Doing So Is A "Necessary Step" In Resolving The Claim Before Them
On July 9, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Strickland v Canada, 2015 SCC 37 (Strickland).
Canada
16 Jul 2015
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"But I'm A Lawyer…" Supreme Court Of Canada Clarifies Mental Element Necessary For Contempt
Mr. Carey was counsel for Mr. Sabourin and his companies in a case involving offshore investments that had gone poorly.
Canada
12 May 2015
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Supreme Court Of Canada Strikes Down Court Hearing Fees As Unconstitutional
The Supreme Court of Canada struck down the court hearing fees imposed by the province of British Columbia as being unconstitutional.
Canada
3 Oct 2014
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Finally, The Supreme Court Of Canada Puts Some Finality Into Arbitrations
Sattva Capital v. Creston Moly has been a prime example of how court intervention in the arbitration process can lead to it being anything but speedy or final.
Canada
6 Aug 2014
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Stop Shooting Cannonballs At My Customers’ Canoe! Welcome Clarification On The "Unlawful Means" Tort From The Supreme Court Of Canada
On January 31, 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in A.I. Enterprises Ltd. v. Bram Enterprises Ltd., 2014 SCC 12.
Canada
10 Feb 2014
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