Our firm acts as counsel to a number of administrative tribunals in both the public and private sectors. Our lawyers provide advice on both procedural and substantive issues and routinely appear in court to defend or challenge the jurisdiction of tribunals. The lawyers in our administrative law group also represent parties to administrative proceedings, including individuals and corporations, and act as prosecuting counsel on behalf of a number of different professional bodies and self-governing associations.
TDS Lawyers Successful in Striking City of Winnipeg Impact Fee By-law; $30 Million to be Refunded to Home Builders/Buyers
TDS lawyers John Stefaniuk (Municipal Law, Real Estate Development Law, and Environmental… Learn More
In Law Society of Saskatchewan v Abrametz, 2022 SCC 29 [Abrametz], the… Learn More
Supreme Court holds labour arbitrator has exclusive jurisdiction over alleged human rights infringement arising from unionized workplace
On October 22, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision… Learn More
Authors: Megan A. Smith, Heather M. Hughes On June 3, 2021, Bill… Learn More
Students throughout Canada commonly sue post-secondary educational institutions with respect to academic… Learn More