Decision

Live Face on Web, LLC v. Soldan Fence and Metals (2009) Ltd., 2017 FC 858

Proth. Tabib - 2017-09-25

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These reasons address the question of whether it is necessary for the Court to issue protective orders drafted and agreed to by the parties where there is no genuine dispute as to their scope and no special circumstances justifying the Court’s involvement. I conclude that, absent highly unusual circumstances, it is not necessary for the Court to incorporate in an order the specific or additional protective measures agreed by the parties for them to be effective, and that the Court ought no longer to routinely issue protective orders on consent of the parties.

Decision relates to:

  • T-2064-16 - LIVE FACE ON WEB, LLC v. SOLDAN FENCER AND METALS(2009) LTD.

 

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