After a brief hiatus, the Stockwoods Administrative and Regulatory Law Newsletter is back! You can access it here. This New Year edition covers some of the biggest administrative law cases since the summer, including cases from the Supreme Court of Canada, Court of Appeal for Ontario, Federal Court of Appeal and Ontario Divisional Court on the following topics:
Supreme Court reworks the test for dismissal for delay in administrative proceedings
Concurrent first instance jurisdiction, a new category of correctness review
Applying the reasonableness standard post-Vavilov to decisions of the Labour Relations Board
Regulations to be reviewed on reasonableness standard instead of Katz methodology
Patients have no standing to challenge regulator’s request for records in an investigation
Should you have any questions about the Newsletter, please feel free to contact the co-editors, Andrea Gonsalves or Justin Safayeni, or another lawyer at Stockwoods LLP.
The Stockwoods Administrative and Regulatory Law Case Review spring issue is now available. You can access it here.
In this issue you’ll find cases from the Federal Court of Appeal, Quebec Court of Appeal and Ontario Divisional Court on the following topics:
Questions of central importance to the legal system
Reasonableness review of discretionary decisions
Failure to carry out Doré/Loyola analysis makes decision unreasonable
Cautionary tale about use of “expanded record” on judicial review
Test for determining whether the decisions of a public body are subject to judicial review
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