First, as you can see, a number of their alleged "Cases of Interest" have already moved on to the appeal phase, which means ... the defendants already lost. And unless you have a really compelling argument as to why the original ruling was massively flawed, well, you're going to lose the appeal as well. In short, half of the cases listed there are almost assuredly dead.
The other fascinating observation is that the remaining cases almost all involve raising a constitutional challenge, which means -- let's be generous -- they are going nowhere. It has already been established that the Charter does indeed allow the government to enforce rules and regulations in the context of a deadly global pandemic, so any argument along the lines of, "You're treading on me!" is very unlikely to go anywhere. Again, in short, those cases are toast as well.
So, in the end, prepare for massive, wide-sweeping failure, wherein the only winners in this grift will be the Rebel- and TDF-supplied lawyers, who will all need wheelbarrows to cart away their earnings, while the defendants have already been told they are totally and completely on the hook for their eventual fines.
I'm sure those were millions of dollars well spent.