Stockwoods Administrative & Regulatory Case Law Review – December 2016

The December 2016 issue of the Stockwoods LLP Administrative & Regulatory Case Law Review is now available. The latest issue features cases from the Supreme Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal, the British Columbia Court of Appeal and the Divisional Court on the following topics:

  • Reasonableness review without reasons on a statutory appeal
  • Standard of review and interpreting provisions abrogating solicitor-client privilege
  • Test and procedure for rejecting joint submissions on penalty
  • When administrators can elect not to follow an earlier tribunal decision
  • Removal from court file of application to stay administrative proceedings
  • Fettering discretion and a rigorous approach to the Doré analysis
  • Restrictions on use of “Doctor” title do not violate right to free expression
  • Test for leave to appeal tribunal decisions to the Divisional Court

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