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I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me: The Use Of Surveillance Evidence
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently found that a trial judge permitted trial by ambush in failing to require pre-trial disclosure of surveillance evidence.
Canada
7 Apr 2015
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Ontario Court Of Appeal Provides Clarity To The Extent Of Communications Between Counsel And Experts
The Ontario Court of Appeal has released its much anticipated decision in Moore v. Getahun 2015 ONCA 55.
Canada
3 Feb 2015
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Carriage Motions Come Of Age With Approval Of Evidentiary Records
Should class counsel rush to the courthouse with skeletal pleadings, or invest time and money in preparing a comprehensive claim?
Canada
17 Dec 2014
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Non-Testifying Experts Are Now To Produce All Background Information
Evaluating the strength of a plaintiff’s claim just got a bit more complicated.
Canada
4 Apr 2014
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For Whom the Bell Tolls: Know Your Limitations
Litigants looking to suspend a limitation period should pay close attention to the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Hamilton (City) v. Metcalfe & Mansfield Capital Corp., 2012 ONCA 156.
Canada
12 Apr 2012
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Court Of Appeal Of Québec Overturns Approval Of BCE Privatization And Puts A Canadian Spin on "Revlon Duties"
On May 22, 2008, in what can only be described as a stunning setback to the largest proposed leveraged buyout (LBO) in Canadian history, a five judge panel of the Court of Appeal of Québec unanimously overturned the Superior Court of Québec's approval of the $51.7 billion buyout of BCE Inc. (BCE) by the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan and others (Teachers).
Canada
29 May 2008
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Exclusive Right
A recent decision of the English Court of Appeal has provided the first authoritative guidance on the nature and scope of a registered community design.
Canada
30 Apr 2008
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