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A judge has ruled the provincial Crown was ‘overly enthusiastic’ when the Crown asked the representative plaintiff in a proposed class action for detailed records of her finances and her therapy records. Do you feel ordering costs against the Crown was appropriate?
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Total Votes: 34
Poll Results
Yes, the ruling is appropriate, because the actions of the Crown could have created a chilling effect on representative plaintiffs.
No, it’s important to obtain as much background as possible in the early stages of a motion for certification.
Start Voting: 7/30/2018|End Voting: 8/6/2018
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The Law Society of Ontario is in the midst of a major overhaul of the role of paralegals in family law — and a proposal on the issue could become an imminent issue for the regulator’s newly elected benchers. Do you agree with widening the scope of family law matters that paralegals can address?
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