Over the holidays, many reflect over the past year in search of lessons learned for the coming year. In line with this tradition the Appeals Monitor is, once again, pleased to present our annual review of the most significant appeal decisions of the past year which we should be mindful of and which can be expected to impact Canadian employees and businesses for years to come.
Chevron v Yaiguaje: Foreign Judgment Day: In Chevron Corp v Yaiguaje, 2015 SCC 42, the SCC addressed the test for recognition and enforcement of a foreign judgment in domestic courts. This decision was identified as one of our top ten Appeals to Watch in 2015. This decision has important implications for both foreign corporations and their Canadian subsidiaries. Read more>>