Joint Submissions on Penalty
February 17, 2017
posted in: Legal Updates
In the recent case of R. v. Anthony-Cook, 2016 SCC 43, the Supreme Court of Canada definitively set out the test for courts to apply when they consider whether to accept a joint submission on penalty. This case is important for administrative tribunals as the principles that apply to joint submissions in criminal law have been imported into the administrative law setting.
On April 18, 2019, Kirk Lambrecht, Q.C. presented to the Canadian Bar Association joint Administrative Law and Aboriginal Law section meetings on the topic: “Judicial Review and Aboriginal Consultation: Whether…Read More
Gwendolyn Stewart-Palmer, a Partner at Shores Jardine LLP, has completely revised and enhanced the text originally written by Frederick A. Laux, Q.C. It continues to be the most authoritative and…Read More