Tackling Injunctions
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: May 2017
Format: download (PDF), download (PDF)


Description
You get a panicked call from a client asking for help to stop a former employee, customer or third party from taking steps that might damage their business. You know you must act quickly to determine if an injunction is the right course of action. Myriad questions pop into your mind. Is this case appropriate for such extraordinary relief? Should you proceed ex parte? What crucial information do you need to provide? What relief should you seek? What might you need to provide to experts? What materials will the judge want to review and what questions will she ask? What do you need to explain to your clients about the consequences of injunctive relief?

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Andrea Sanche, Ricketts Harris LLP
Justin Nasseri, Pape Barristers Professional Corporation

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Unclean Hands? Then Scrub Them! Considering the "Clean Hands" Doctrine before Commencing an Injunction
Nadia Campion, Polley Faith LLP
Douglas Stewart, Dentons Canada LLP
Rachel Kattapuram, Articling Student, Dentons Canada LLP

Strategic Thinking: The Whens and Whys of Injunctions PowerPoint Slides
Nadia Campion, Polley Faith LLP
Douglas Stewart, Dentons Canada LLP

Mareva and Norwich Orders PowerPoint Slides
Andrea Sanche, Ricketts, Harris LLP
Rehana Moosa, MDD Forensic Accountants

Certificate of Pending Litigation - Supporting Material

Order - Supporting Material

Sealing Order - Supporting Material

Tracing Order - Supporting Material

The Role of The Independent Supervising Solicitor in the Execution of an Anton Piller Order
Megan Keenberg, Thornton Grout Finnigan LLP

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