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Judicial Review in Labour Law (Print + ProView online)
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This award-winning looseleaf service provides a comprehensive overview of what the courts have done, and are currently doing, when confronted with applications for judicial review of decisions made by labour tribunals. It discusses current case law from all Canadian jurisdictions and includes a discussion of the procedure and remedies available. Inside Judicial Review in Labour Law, you will find:
  • More Canada-wide cases involving judicial review of labour relations tribunal decisions than in any other available resource
  • An examination of the theoretical justifications offered for judicial review of administrative tribunals
  • The historical evolution of judicial review standards in Canada
  • Available procedures and remedies
  • A brief historical account of the origins of the three types of labour relations tribunals–labour relations boards, labour arbitration tribunals and statutory adjudicators
  • Information on the appropriate standard for reviewing the decisions of labour arbitrators and the application of "reasonableness."

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About the Author
Richard J. Charney practises management labour relations and employment law. He is global head of Norton Rose Fulbright's employment and labour practice. He acts for various employers and employers' organizations and appears at provincial and federal labour relations boards and the courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada, and before rights and interest labour arbitration tribunals. He also advises on all matters of employment law and legislative reform. His practice also involves collective bargaining on behalf of employers, employment standards, human rights, wrongful dismissal, workplace health & safety and constitutional law. Mr. Charney is particularly active as an advocate before labour tribunals such as the Canada Industrial Relations Board, the Ontario Labour Relations Board and in judicial review challenges to tribunal determinations in the federal and provincial superior and appellate courts. He is an advocate, negotiator and advisor in a variety of economic sectors, including the Ontario construction and electrical power industries, and is labour counsel to a variety of well-known arts and cultural organizations in Canada. He is co-author of the legal text, Judicial Review in Labour Law, and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

Thomas E.F. Brady was a lawyer in private practice with Heenan Blaikie from 1984 to 2014. His practice focused on labour relations, human rights, and employment relations in the federally regulated sector. He represented employers before federal labour and human rights tribunals and in the Federal Court and Supreme Court.