2012 ONSC 5615
My previous posts on Rob Ford
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford won his appeal this morning, as I predicted. You can find my previous posts here: http://administrativelawmatters.blogspot.ca/2012/11/the-mayor-bias-procedural-fairness-and.html http://administrativelawmatters.blogspot.ca/2012/12/municipal-powers-another-look-at-ford.html http://administrativelawmatters.blogspot.ca/2013/01/mayor-ford-collateral-damage-from.html And a Financial Post op-ed here: http://opinion.financialpost.com/2012/12/11/divisional-court-should-overturn-flawed-rob-ford-decision/ Read more
Mayor Ford: Collateral Damage from the Doctrine of Collateral Attack?
I have written quite a bit about the saga surrounding the removal from office of Toronto’s Mayor, Rob Ford: see here (principally on the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act), here (principally on the City of Toronto Act) and here (an overview of why the Divisional Court should allow Ford’s appeal). Hackland J.’s decision at first […] Read more