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For My Eyes Only: Counsel's And Expert's Eyes Only Protective Order
The Federal Court is willing to grant a restrictive protective order to protect commercially sensitive information disclosed during litigation if justified by unusual circumstances.
Canada
16 Feb 2018
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Supreme Court Of Canada Confirms Psychiatric Diagnosis Not Required For Recovery Of Mental Injuries
The plaintiff was involved in a car accident and brought an action in the Supreme Court of British Columbia against the driver of the car that hit him.
Canada
12 Jul 2017
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Does Offshore Banking Confidentiality Hold Up In Canadian Courts?
The April 2016 "Panama Papers" leak highlighted the attraction for transnational actors of the confidentiality available in certain offshore financial centres.
Canada
3 May 2017
4
Understanding The New Code Of Civil Procedure
The new Code of Civil Procedure, which came into force on January 1, 2016, introduces significant changes that will have a major impact on the way litigation is practised in Quebec.
Canada
18 Mar 2016
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Supreme Court Of Canada To Hear Second Case Involving Jurisdiction And The Internet
On March 10, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada granted leave on a second recent case involving jurisdictional issues and the internet: Douez v. Facebook, Inc., 2015 BCCA 279.
Canada
16 Mar 2016
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Jurisdiction In Class Actions: Certification Of A Global Class
Three recent class action decisions in Ontario have considered when it is appropriate to extend the class—and consequently the jurisdiction of the Ontario court—to include persons who are not resident in Canada.
Canada
21 Dec 2015
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Addressing Anonymity
The article discusses the tools BC courts have adopted to deal with anonymous online parties and conduct.
Canada
4 Dec 2015
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Supreme Court Of Canada To Decide Whether Judges Can Hear Matters Out Of Province In National Class Actions
The Supreme Court of Canada has granted leave to appeal from two appellate decisions dealing with the issue of whether a judge from one province may sit with judges from other provinces to hear argument...
Canada
24 Nov 2015
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GPS Evidence: Not Hearsay But Is It Reliable?
A San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has reportedly ruled that Google Earth's GPS coordinates in respect of the location of the device user is not hearsay and is admissable evidence.
Canada
23 Jul 2015
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Court Of Appeal Reaffirms Standard For Courts To Imply Contractual Terms
The Court of Appeal for Ontario recently released its decision in Energy Fundamentals Group Inc. v Veresen Inc.
Canada
17 Jul 2015
11
The Civil Code Of Quebec To The Rescue Of The Federal Court
Whether we consider its system of governmental or its legal system, Canada sometimes appears to be a schizophrenic country.
Canada
17 Jun 2015
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Worldwide Google Injunction Upheld In BC
In defiance of the court orders, the defendants continued their activities, and ceased responding to communications in the litigation.
Canada
16 Jun 2015
13
Supreme Court Of Canada Clarifies Test For Admissibility Of Expert Evidence
On April 30, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in White Burgess Langille Inman v Abbott and Haliburton.
Canada
5 May 2015
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New Frontiers For Canadian Judges
In Canada, many businesses operate across multiple provinces and have to be sensitive to the differing legal requirements across provincial borders.
Canada
1 May 2015
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The (Un)Hired Gun – Court Of Appeal For Ontario Holds That "Participant Experts" Not Subject To Requirements For Expert Witnesses
The Westerhof appeal related to two conflicting Superior Court of Justice decisions – Westerhof v Gee Estate and McCallum v Baker.
Canada
7 Apr 2015
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Le Critère Prévu À L’article 1003d) Cpc Est-Il Toujours "Minimaliste"?
Le 5 février 2015, la Cour d’appel a infirmé un jugement de première instance qui avait refusé d’autoriser l’exercice d’un recours collectif au motif que le représentant du groupe proposé n’avait pas les aptitudes requises.
Canada
19 Mar 2015
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Allows Privacy Class Action To Proceed
In Hopkins v Kay, the Ontario Court of Appeal concluded that the Personal Health Information Protection Act is not a "complete code" and therefore did not "oust" the plaintiff’s common law tort claim for breach of privacy.
Canada
26 Feb 2015
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Québec: Harrassment Complaint In The Workplace And Internal Investigations – Does Procedural Fairness Apply?
The Quebec Court of Appeal found that procedural fairness standards applicable to administrative law are not applicable to internal investigations into complaints of psychological harassment in the workplace.
Canada
16 Jan 2015
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Assuming Jurisdiction In Contract Claims: Diverging Approaches Of Canadian Courts
An Alberta court directly disagreed with Ontario decisions on the appropriate factors to consider when a non-resident defendant challenges the jurisdiction of a Canadian court.
Canada
16 Sep 2014
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Ontario’s Court Of Appeal Clarifies The Assumption Of Jurisdiction On The Basis Of Contract
When can an Ontario contract be used to maintain proceedings against a foreign defendant in Ontario?
Canada
4 Aug 2014
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