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Christopher Purdon

Gowling WLG

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The relevance of irrelevance: the extent of documentary disclosure obligations

Canada - May 13 2013 This matter involved the termination of an employee and allegations of bad faith against the former employer. The plaintiff argued that e-mails...

Louis A. Frapporti.


Four factors to be addressed on an application for leave to appeal: Honour v. Canada, 2008 BCCA 346

Canada - April 17 2013 This is application to seek leave to appeal from a motion decision. The action arose out of a helicopter crash. The owner and pilot of the helicopter...

Louis A. Frapporti.


Rules for dealing with any motion for production: Sourian v Sporting Exchange Ltd, 2005 CanLII 4938 (ONSC)

Canada - April 17 2013 In this motion, the plaintiff moved to compel production of electronic data and the defendant moved to secure the plaintiff's computer and to examine...

Louis A. Frapporti.


Hollinger Inc. (Re), 2012 ONSC 5107

Canada - March 22 2013 This motion decision was released in 2012 by Ontario Superior Court of Justice during a CCAA proceeding under which Hollinger Inc. was granted...

Louis A. Frapporti.


Kariouk v. Pombo, 2012 ONSC 939 (CanLII)

Canada - February 20 2013 This was a decision on a motion to compel answers to undertakings in a home renovation case. It was conceded that there was no formal discovery plan...

Louis A. Frapporti.