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Posted on October 1, 2022 In Administrative Law, Articles, Municipal Law

October 1, 2022 By Nick Melchiorre …the exercise of public power must be justified, intelligible and transparent, not in the abstract, but to the individuals […]

September 24, 2022 By Brian Babcock What happens when you believe that you have been wrongfully dismissed and at the same time have a human […]

Posted on September 18, 2022 In Administrative Law, Articles

September 18, 2022 By Brian Babcock “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” is a lesson most judges seem to retain […]

August 24, 2022 By Brian Babcock In our article What is judicial review? we explained the difference between judicial review and an appeal. A judicial […]

July 15, 2022 By Jonathon Clark The introduction of prompt payment requirements was one of the most important changes in the move from the Construction […]

Posted on June 6, 2022 In Aboriginal Law, Administrative Law, Articles, Mining Law

June 6, 2022 By Brian Babcock What is the ‘honour of the Crown’? It is a constitutional duty to First Nations (or other Indigenous peoples) […]

May 30, 2022 By Brian Babcock An arbitrator’s award must include reasons which explain clearly how the decision was made. This principle was reviewed and […]

Posted on May 23, 2022 In Administrative Law, Articles

May 23, 2022 By Brian Babcock Procedural fairness is a necessary requirement for any administrative tribunal hearing. However, that does not mean that the courts […]

January 30, 2022 By Brian Babcock “Arbitrators have exclusive jurisdiction over human rights cases if there is a collective agreement” is the sort of headline […]

Posted on December 29, 2021 In Administrative Law, Articles, Municipal Law, Real Estate Law

December 29, 2021 By Brian Babcock The Ontario legislature has struggled for years for ways to streamline and simplify the planning process, including appeals, in […]