Monthly Archives: October 2010

On Motions for Summary Judgment, File Only Those Portions of the Opposing Party’s Discovery Transcript on Which You Mean to Rely

In Lawless v. Anderson, 2010 ONSC 2723 (CanLII), Mr. Justice David M. Brown dealt with a small but potentially significant practice point: the appropriate use to be made of an opposing party’s examination for discovery transcript on a motion for … Continue reading

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Pro Bono Lawyer Brings U.S. Foreclosure Wave to Grinding Halt

We saw a fascinating story in today’s New York Times, about Thomas A. Cox, a retired lawyer whose zealous representation of a pro bono client exposed serious and widespread improprieties in the avalanche of mortgage foreclosures now going on in … Continue reading

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