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Tag Archives: Commercial Litigation

Ontario Court of Appeal applies “Strong” test for contractual jurisdiction

The Ontario Court of Appeal recently confirmed that parties who enter into contractual arrangements that include a forum selection clause must show strong cause why they should not be enforced if suit is brought in Ontario contrary to the agreement. … Continue reading

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Common Courtesy – in the Client’s Interests!

We recently attended on an unnecessary motion in respect of documentary production. Of course, any  attendance drives up costs and is contrary to the client interests if another resolution is available; where a motion is brought or heard unnecessarily, however, … Continue reading

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The Best Offence…

More than 95% of cases settle; while a contested trial makes for good television, early and favourable settlements make for the best client outcomes. Continue reading

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