Supreme Court grants CGA motion to intervene in Atlantic Lottery case
October 17, 2019
The Supreme Court of Canada has granted the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA)’s motion to intervene in the Atlantic Lottery Corporation Inc. v. Babstock. The CGA will intervene in support of the appellants, the Atlantic Lottery Corporation (ALC) and its video lottery machine and software suppliers. The CGA is represented by McCarthy Tetrault LLP.
“We are very excited to represent the CGA in this important appeal,” said Brandon Kain, partner, Litigation Group at McCarthy Tetrault LLP. “We look forward to drawing on its deep expertise in the gaming industry to craft a compelling submission to the Supreme Court.”