Law firms argue constitutional question involving aboriginal rights before Supreme Court of Canada

Top court also heard cases involving family and criminal law in this week's court roundup

Law firms argue constitutional question involving aboriginal rights before Supreme Court of Canada

This week, Franklin Gertler Étude Légale, Pape Salter Teillet LLP, Assembly of First Nations, JFK Law LLP, and Conway Baxter Wilson LLP appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada to represent the parties in a case involving aboriginal rights. Meanwhile, Stewart McKelvey was present in the Federal Court of Appeal to argue a case involving international trade and importation. EY Law LLP and Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP also appeared before the FCA to argue tax cases.

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