How do I establish whether a case is still good law?
- Open the CaseSearch search form.
- Locate the case that you are looking for. For example, you can do this by searching for a case by the Case name or its Citation. Fill in the appropriate information and click on Search.
- When you have your results displayed, click on the case that you want to review.
- For detailed information about the treatment of your case, click on the Cases referring to this case link.
A CaseSearch signal appears next to each case in the list.
Case Overview Signals
Case Overview uses signals to indicate what kind of treatment a case has received and whether it can be relied on as good law. The table below explains the meaning of these signals.