Decision

Johnson v. Canadian Tennis Association, 2023 FC 1605

Justice Turley - 2023-11-30

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The Plaintiff, a self-represented litigant, appeals the decision of Associate Judge Coughlan. The Associate Judge dismissed the Plaintiff’s motion for an order pursuant to Rule 97(b) of the Rules compelling the representative of the Defendant Tennis Canada President Michael Downey and the Defendant Felix Auger-Aliassime to answer questions arising from their answers given on examination for discovery. The Plaintiff’s motion is without merit. He makes bald allegations of bias against the Associate Judge and fails to demonstrate any error in the underlying decision. For the reasons that follow, the Plaintiff’s motion is dismissed, with costs payable forthwith to the two Defendants in the total amount of $4,000.

Decision relates to:

  • T-1686-21 - CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON v. CANADIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION ET AL.

 

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