Monthly Archives: September 2011

“Presumption” that Commercial Plaintiffs Entitled to Compound Interest?

We recently ran across an interesting decision of Mr. Justice Frank Newbould, dealing with the issue of whether prejudgment interest should be compounded. InĀ Enbridge Gas. v. Michael Marinaccio et al, 2011 ONSC 4962 (CanLII), he held that it should be. … Continue reading

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Surveillance Provided to IME Examiner Must Simultaneously Be Given to Plaintiff

InĀ Aherne v. Chang, 2011 ONSC 3846 (CanLII), Mr. Justice Paul Perell decided an appeal from a decision of Master Short. The Master had ordered that if the defendants in a medical malpractice action were to require that the plaintiffs undergo … Continue reading

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