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ISBN: 9781552212912-07

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The Fraser Case

From: Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada


Discusses the significant Fraser case and considers the case’s prematurity, judicial deference, labour law and international law.


Paul JJ Cavalluzzo

Paul JJ Cavalluzzo, O. Ont., LSM, was called to the Bar in 1973. He received his LLB from Osgoode Hall Law School and his LLM from Harvard. Paul is the senior partner in Cavalluzzo Hayes Shilton McIntyre & Cornish, a public law firm in Toronto. Paul has argued many leading constitutional, administrative, and labour law cases before the Supreme Court of Canada, the courts of Ontario, and administrative tribunals. He acted as counsel to the United Food and Commercial Workers Union in Fraser and Health Services before the Supreme Court of Canada. Apart from a busy public law practice, Paul acted as commission counsel to the Walkerton Inquiry and the Arar Inquiry. More recently, Paul has been appointed by the Federal Minister of Justice to act as a special advocate in security certificate cases. In this regard, Paul represents the interests of persons alleged to be threats to the national security of Canada in top-secret hearings before the Federal Court of Canada in Ottawa. Paul lectures frequently at law schools and professional seminars, and has numerous published articles in the areas of constitutional, administrative, labour, and national security law. At the present time, Paul has a number of Charter cases pending before the courts.