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International Commercial Arbitration Awards: When Does An Arbitration Award Become Binding?
And so the saying went for Mr. Popack and Mr. Lipszyc, the parties in the recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Popack v Lipszyc, 2018 ONCA 635
Canada
24 Jul 2018
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Tactical Summons Barrage Leads To Big Indemnity
The case of Opara v. Opara provides an example of hotly contested estate litigation involving a disappointed family member who will take the matter to a disproportionate level in an attempt to avoid dismissal of his litigation.
Canada
19 Dec 2014
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Efficiency And integrity Of The Canadian Courts
The cornerstone of the Canadian legal system is based on two principles: (1) the rule of law; and (2) the independence of the judiciary.
Canada
20 Aug 2013
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Ontario Rules of Pre-trial Documentary Discovery: Top Ten Reasons to Choose Ontario for Your Litigation
The Smoking Gun: You will Know the Facts of the Case Before You Enter the Courtroom. Evidentiary surprises in the form of last-minute documentary disclosure are frowned upon and generally inadmissible. Knowing the evidence of your case in advance allows you to make an informed analysis and appropriate recommendation to your client.
Canada
5 Oct 2010
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