Recent Publications

Judicial Review of Motor Vehicle Decisions of the Civil Resolution Tribunal (CLEBC)

April 25th, 2019|

Recent amendments have done away with statutory appeals of Civil Resolution Tribunal decisions, forcing those unhappy with decisions from this administration tribunal into the judicial review process. This paper prepared by lawyers Matthew Voell and Oliver Pulleyblank for the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia and presented on [...]

CHARTER VALUES AND ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS: Case study – the Civil Resolution Tribunal

April 17th, 2019|

These slides are from an April 17, 2019 case study presentation to the Canadian Bar Association, British Columbia branch Administrative Law Section exploring the application of Charter values in the Civil Resolution Tribunal. Lawyers Oliver Pulleyblank and Matthew Voell addressed the role and scope of Charter value arguments before administrative tribunals, [...]

Charter Values at the Civil Resolution Tribunal: Not so minor

March 31st, 2019|

In the April 2019 edition of Bar Talk, published by the Canadian Bar Association, lawyers Matthew Voell and Oliver Pulleyblank discuss significant new changes to motor vehicle litigation in British Columbia and the constitutional issues that may arise from this change. Originally published in the April 2019 [...]