Supreme Court of Canada in 2020: Recent Cases, Latest Trends
Eric Gertner, formerly of McCarthy Tétrault; founding co-editor of The Supreme Court Law Review
ERIC GERTNER is the Former Director of Research, McCarthy Tetrault LLP in Toronto. Mr. Gertner has special experience in debtor-creditor law, constitutional law (particularly freedom of expression) and professional liability. He also has significant experience with class action litigation. In his role as the firm’s director of research, he has participated in a number of landmark commercial and constitutional cases and has provided legal advice on significant commercial transactions.
He is an instructor at Ryerson University's Life Institute. There he has taught diverse courses on: the Supreme Court of Canada; the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; Freedom of Expression; Monuments, Memorials and Men; Apologies; and Law and Medicine. He is currently teaching "Holocaust Re-examined".
Mr. Gertner was one of the two founding co-editors of The Supreme Court Law Review (now in its 40th year of publication). He has co-authored the leading Canadian casebook on debtor-creditor law and has co-edited a number of other publications.