Articles

Please find below a list of articles and publications that have been written by our lawyers and that you may find of interest:

  • K.R. Strong, “Municipalities, Costs, and the OMB” Municipal World 113:1 (January 2003) 27

  • K.R. Strong, “Bouncing the BIA:  An all too familiar tune” Municipal World 113:3 (March 2003) 27

  • R.R. MacDougall and K.R. Strong, “Injurious Affection and Highway Development” in Roads and Highways II:  What New Twists, Turns and Potholes Have Developed Over the Last 14 Years in the Law of Public Highways? (Toronto:  Ontario Bar Association, 2003) Tab 6

  • K.R. Strong, “Roles of Municipal Councils, Officers and Staff in Ontario:  New Municipal Act Redefines the Front Lines” Municipal World 113:7 (July 2003) 27

  • R.R. MacDougall and K.R. Strong, “Your Client’s Land Has Been Expropriated:  Advancing the Land’s Highest and Best Use for Valuation Purposes” (Eau Claire, Wisconsin:  Lorman Education Services, 2003) 203

  • K.R. Strong, “Defamation” Municipal World 113:12 (December 2003) 25

  • K.R. Strong, “Municipal Law” in Operation Update 2004 (Toronto:  Ontario Bar Association, 2004) Tab 12

  • K.R. Strong, “Supreme Endorsement of Municipal Councils’ Authority” Municipal World 115:3 (March 2005) 35

  • K.R. Strong, “Proving Equivalent Reinstatement” Ontario Expropriation Association Newsletter (Spring 2005) 1

  • K.R. Strong, Dell Holdings, Disturbance Damages, and the Temptations of Palm Tree Justice (2005), 10 M.P.L.R. (4th) 207, 33 R.P.R. (4th) 173

  • K.R. Strong, “Kelo v. New Londonand the Availability of Economic Development Expropriations in Ontario” in Provincial Fingers in the Pie—Flexing Muscles over the Power to Plan (Toronto:  Ontario Bar Association 2006 Institute Municipal Law, 2006) Tab 12

  • K.R. Strong, “Economic Development Expropriations:  A tool for Ontario municipalities?” Municipal World 116:5 (May 2006) 29

  • K.R. Strong, “Municipal Vice:  A Councillor’s Guide to the Seven Deadly Sins” Municipal World 116:11 (November 2006) 51

  • K.R. Strong, “Listening for the Kelo Echo:  Examining Economic Development Expropriations in Ontario in Light of the United States Supreme Court’s Decision in Kelo v. New Londonin Ontario Expropriation Association 2006 Fall Seminar (Toronto:  Ontario Expropriation Association, 2006) Tab 2

  • P. Lobo and K. R. Strong, “Business Loss When No Land is Taken:  Unique Challenges for Lawyers and Business Valuators” Ontario Expropriation Association Newsletter (Spring 2007) 1

  • K.R. Strong, “Keeping Councillors Out of the Jailhouse and the Poorhouse” Municipal World  117:7 (July 2007) 5

  • K. R. Strong and. P. Lobo, “Expropriation Act Offers Compensation for Losses Even When Land is Not Taken”, THE LAWYERS WEEKLY 27:09 (June 29, 2007) 9

  • K. R. Strong and C. R. Brandow, “Yorkville North Developments Ltd. v. Toronto (City):  A Property Value Witness Without Property in the Witness” Ontario Expropriation Association Newsletter (Fall 2007) 3

  • K. R. Strong, “A Review of the Approach of Ontario Law to Injurious Affection Where No Land Is Taken” in Ontario Expropriation Association 2007 Fall Seminar (Toronto:  Ontario Expropriation Association, 2007) Tab 7

  • K. R. Strong, “Heading the Round Table:  Role of the Mayor in Municipal Government” Municipal World 118:4 (April 2008) 5

  • C.R. Brandow and K. Strong, “Ordering Compliance with Orders to Comply” Municipal World 118:7 (July 2008) 29

  • K. R. Strong, “The Enduring and Inconvenient Legacy of the Crichel Down Affair” Ontario Expropriation Association Newsletter (Fall 2008) 1

  • K.R. Strong, “Binding Questions:  Is the Municipality Bound?” Municipal World 119:4 (April 2009) 29

  • K.R. Strong, “Role of  Legislative By-laws in Regulating Behaviour” Municipal World 115:5 (May 2009) 37

  • K.R. Strong, “Update on Municipal Law” Middlesex Law Association New Developments in Corporate Law (11 June 2009) Tab 3