Monthly Archives: November 2014

Costs: Mantella followed again

I admit that this case may only be of interest to those of us acting for insurers and at discounted hourly rates. But in Sigma Capital Management Group Inc. v. KPMG LLP & Benzer Ltd. v. KPMG LLP, 2014 ONSC … Continue reading

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E-delivery of documents to Superior Court

I happened to see, in Picicci v. 1485528 Ontario Inc., 2014 ONSC 6496 (CanLII), that Justice F.L. Myers ordered that documents be provided to him electronically: All documents to be delivered to me in this matter should be sent to the … Continue reading

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Costs: Nothing for Research

In Huber v. Way, 2014 ONSC 6535 (CanLII), Mr Justice Patrick J. Flynn was dealing with costs of a simplified procedure case in which, to his dismay, the trial had lasted eight days. He had given judgment to the plaintiff for … Continue reading

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