Langenfeld v. TPSB et al

Superior Court of Justice — Ontario [Fr] Justice Jill Copeland [Fr]
 
Application:
  Court File #: CV-17-584207-0000 — LANGENFELD v. TORONTO POLICE SERVICES BOARD (TPSB) and TORONTO POLICE CHIEF MARK SAUNDERS
  2017-10-11 Application: • Application
• Affidavit of Kristian Rolf Langenfeld (sworn October 11, 2017)
  2017-10-16 Civil Practice Court: • Factum on Motion (returnable October 16, 2017)
• Affidavit of Kristian Rolf Langenfeld (sworn October 16, 2017)
• Judge's File/Direction/Order
  2017-10-20 Civil Practice Court: • Factum on Motion (returnable October 20, 2017)
• Judge's File/Direction/Order
  2017-10-24 Form 4F: • Notice of Constitutional Question
• Affidavit of Service — Attorney General of Ontario
  2018-01-19 Applicant's Materials: • Application Record
• Factum & Book of Authorities
  2018-02-12 Respondents' Materials: • Responding Factum of the Respondent (SAUNDERS)
• Factum of the Respondent (TPSB)
• Book of Authorities of the Respondent (TPSB)
  Index 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  2018-02-14 Form 38B: • Confirmation of Application
  2018-02-20 Hearing before Copeland J: • Applicant's Reply
• Transcript of Hearing
  2018-06-18 Reasons of Copeland J: LANGENFELD v. TPSB et al, 2018 ONSC 3447
• PDF • HTML at CanLII (Canadian Legal Information Institute)

Court of Appeal for Ontario [Fr]
  Chief Saunders' successful Appeal setting aside the decision of Copeland J:
  Court File #: C65691 — LANGENFELD v. TPSB et al
  • Appeal Book and Compendium (SAUNDERS)
• Factum of the Appellant (SAUNDERS)
• Factum of the Respondent (TPSB)
• Factum of the Intervener (Ontario)
• Factum of the Respondent (LANGENFELD)
2019-09-12 Decision: LANGENFELD v. TORONTO POLICE SERVICES BOARD, 2019 ONCA 716
• PDF • HTML at CanLII
Order of the Court of Appeal

Supreme Court of Canada [Fr]
  My appeal of the decision of the Court of Appeal for Ontario:
  Court File #: 38909 — Kristian Langenfeld v. Toronto Police Services Board, et al.
  • Application for Leave to Appeal (LANGENFELD)
 
The application to the Supreme Court of Canada, for leave to appeal the Court of Appeal for Ontario's decision, was filed on November 6th.
Responding parties, Chief Saunders and the TPSB, filed their materials on this application for leave in January 2020.
No reply materials were filed and the application was placed before the justices.
 
The Supreme Court of Canada publishes public information of the docket; this is available at:
  https://www.scc-csc.ca/case-dossier/info/dock-regi-eng.aspx?cas=38909
If the court had granted leave, they would have published public materials at that address.
 
A panel of judges of the Supreme Court of Canada considered the application for leave to appeal and only if they had granted leave would the costly process of appealing the decision actually have begun.
Instead, the court refused to grant leave to appeal the decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal; and, as is normal, provided no explanation for their decision.
Judgment of the Supreme Court of Canada


Media:

 
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