What is a Reported Case?
Generally speaking, cases are reported if they are considered "key cases." That is, they have implications on the state of the law in Ontario or Canada.
A "reported" case means that the judgment has been published in a law report series, and is available for other judges, lawyers, and the public to review. The majority of judgments are not reported.
When deciding which trial lawyer to go with, consider how many reported cases the lawyer has. It speaks volumes about his/her litigation experience.
For example, just one of our certified specialists (Raymond Colautti) has over 160 reported cases alone.
See below for a list of our firm's reported cases. Kindly note that this list is far from exhaustive, and new cases are added weekly.