Can I Sue for That?: Civil Suits Against Regulators

Regulators in Ontario enjoy several different types of immunities from legal challenges, including immunity from being sued in negligence for acts undertaken in good faith. Generally, the courts have judiciously […]

CNAR 2024 Annual Conference

Several members of the Regulatory Practice Group will attend the CNAR 2024 Annual Conference, which will be hosted in Ottawa on Monday, October 7th – Thursday, October 9th. CNAR 2024 […]

PM Springfest 2024

Partners Chantal deSereville and Robert Eisenberg, alongside Tax Lawyer Michael Ding, will host a session during PM Springfest 2024 on Thursday, May 9th. Every year, PM Springfest brings together property […]

WeirFoulds welcomes four associates as new partners

WeirFoulds is pleased to announce that on January 1st, 2024, four of our associates became partners. Chantal deSereville – Municipal, Planning and Land Development Chantal assists both private entities and […]

Reasons: Where It Begins and Ends

When regulatory decisions are challenged in court, the starting point is the decision-maker’s reasons. Recent case law from the Supreme Court of Canada reminds us just how important reasons are […]