Offers a practical source of commentary and case law to help you to identify the various types of bias that can arise and in what circumstances it can be argued that a reasonable apprehension of bias exists. It outlines the procedural steps to take in terms of both the manner and timing of an objection.
Products to Consider
Administrative Law in Canada, 5th Edition
Helping tribunal members and participants understand the roles they play and the rules tribunals must follow, this edition explains the latest developments relating to the powers and procedures of the many and varied public officials, boards and agencies that exercise statutory authority.
Regulatory Law and Practice in Canada
Regulatory Law and Practice in Canada clarifies the regulation-making process and presents practicing lawyers with an alternate approach to defending clients charged with regulatory offences - by challenging the regulations themselves.