JULY ISSUE OF THE STOCKWOODS ADMINISTRATIVE & REGULATORY LAW CASE REVIEW

Enjoy this little issue in a shaded patio with a sip of Sangria. You can access it here. This issue explores cases from the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Divisional Court on the following topics:

  • Reviewing courts will not save deficient Doré analysis
  • Appointment of amicus to defend a decision
  • Divisional Court improperly applied Reasonableness Standard by mischaracterizing Tribunal Decision
  • Applicants bear substantial burden to add parties to a judicial review after the 30-day time limit

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