The Court of Appeal reversed, holding that the fees were constitutional. I wrote about the Court of Appeal decision here.
On September 12, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada granted leave to the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia to be added as a party and for the appeal to be heard by the Supreme Court of Canada. The style of cause is The Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia v. Attorney General of British Columbia (B.C.).
I read a memorandum indicating that Court Services will await the outcome before sending bills for hearing fees. This means that you may complete a trial, but be billed perhaps a year later for the hearing fees if the Supreme Court of Canada upholds the fees.