Administrative law describes a set of rules and regulations that are used to make decisions and adjudicate disputes outside of traditional court processes.
Adjudicative bodies operate under a set of administrative law principles but also under their own unique rules and guidelines. Examples include the Human Rights Tribunal, Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal and the Immigration and Refugee Board.
“We are able to effectively represent your interests in defending or advancing these types of claims and to help you navigate an often complex area of law”.
Sullivan Festeryga has a long history of representing institutions, corporations and individual clients in these settings. Disputes involving employment and housing, for example, are increasingly being adjudicated before the Human Rights Tribunal. These types of disputes involve but are not limited to claims against employers, condominium board members, and service providers.