Disponible en anglais seulement
Davies partner Stéphane Eljarrat is quoted in a Financial Post article examining the impediments created by an absence of English translations for many judicial decisions from Québec, as there is no obligation on the province’s courts to translate decisions except in very limited circumstances.
“Québec courts render many decisions on federal law, which applies throughout Canada,” Mr. Eljarrat says.
Stéphane experienced first-hand the disappointment caused by the lack of English translations after he recently published a popular article on the impact of the new section 22.2 of the Criminal Code (click here to read), and was contacted by lawyers across Canada asking for the English version of the decision, when it was not available.
Click here to read the full Financial Post article.