October 2018 Administrative and Regulatory Law Case Review

The October issue of the Stockwoods Administrative and Regulatory Law Case Review is now available. In this issue we discuss recent decisions from the Ontario Court of Appeal,  the Federal Court and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on the following issues:

  • Balancing fairness and public interest in hearings on the merits in discipline proceedings
  • CJC subject to judicial review
  • Government decision to exclude Tesla from extension of electric cars subsidy quashed
  • Public access to adjudicative records
  • Lack of decision-maker independence
  • Jurisdiction over pre-registration conduct

Download a copy here.

Should you have any questions about the cases or issues discussed, please feel free to contact the co-editors Andrea Gonsalves and Justin Safayeni, or another lawyer at Stockwoods LLP.

Ted Marrocco speaks to the Association of Business Immigration Lawyers about Privacy and Online Risk Management

Paul Le Vay, Brian Gover and Carlo di Carlo Recognized in List of Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada

RYANN ATKINS JOINS THE PARTNERSHIP AT STOCKWOODS

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Jury Returns Homicide Verdict in Soleiman Faqiri Inquest

STOCKWOODS PARTNERS SUCCESSFULLY APPEAL DEFAMATION JUDGMENT

Ted Marrocco discusses Digital Assets at the Ontario Bar Association

Andrea Gonsalves and Luisa Ritacca speak on Commissions Advocacy

Stockwoods partners participate in the OPD 18th Annual National Forum on Administrative Law and Practice

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Chambers Canada recognizes Stockwoods’ for professional excellence

Stockwoods listed in Best Lawyers Canada for 2024

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Ted Marrocco speaks at the Toronto Lawyers Association “Top Tips for Advocates” series

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