Judicial Reviews and Appeals

Occasionally, a court or tribunal may make an error in interpreting the facts or in applying the law while making a decision on a given issue. Where this does unfortunately occur, however, a party will generally be permitted to seek a review of the decision, either through the judicial review process in the case of a decision of an administrative decision-maker, or through an appeal in the case of a decision of a judge.

Our lawyers are well-versed in judicial review and appellate practice and procedure and have argued cases before all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada.

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