Sometimes a court or tribunal makes a decision that a party to the proceeding disagrees with. A critical element in our justice system is that a party has an opportunity for a decision to be reviewed. Depending on the nature of the proceeding, a party has a right to appeal, judicially review or request a reconsideration of a decision.
Appeals and judicial reviews are highly technical with strict timelines and filing requirements. They also require specialized written and oral advocacy.
The litigation team at Cheadles has extensive experience successfully representing clients in appeals and judicial reviews before many levels of court, including the Ontario Court of Appeal and Divisional Court.
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