Timothy Law on the case of Fares v Air Canada

16th June 2013 by Timothy J Law

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Another Canadian jurist has had an opportunity to address issues raised under the Montreal Convention.

On this occasion it was Madam Justice Robertson of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court, in Fares v Air Canada (2012, NSSC 71 (CanLII)), a case which came before her on appeal from the Nova Scotia Small Claims Court.

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Tim is a partner with Heifetz, Crozier, Law, Toronto.

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