Federal Court

Facts that may have been misstated could not change finding

Public Law - Social Programs - Employment insurance

Discretionary decision of whether to recommend remission of source deductions was exceptional remedy

Minister enjoyed very broad discretion

Not appropriate to issue stay to automatically extend to stage not yet analyzed by court

Plaintiff brought motion seeking default judgment against defendants

Application stayed until final determination on trademark ownership

Registrar ordered to add notice indicating ownership of trademark was in dispute

No confidential information sufficiently related to retainer at issue was exchanged

Professions and occupations | Barristers and solicitors | Relationship with client

Protective order was not subject to stringent criteria set out by SCC for confidentiality order

Intellectual property | Patents | Actions for infringement