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Update: When does a defendant submit to a foreign court’s jurisdiction?

There are indeed perils when a defendant ignores a lawsuit brought in a foreign jurisdiction, but a recent decision from the Court of Appeal of New Brunswick highlights what steps must a foreign plaintiff take to enforce a judgment from abroad and what factors must be considered to determine whether a defendant submitted to the foreign Read more...

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Moore v. Getahun, 2015 ONCA 55

The Court of Appeal for Ontario released its reasons for decision yesterday in a much anticipated appeal ruling centering upon the rules respecting experts, and the consultations between counsel and their experts, in medical malpractice actions and other actions in Ontario. The full decision can be read here: http://www.ontariocourts.ca/decisions/2015/2015ONCA0055.htm   The key findings by the Court Read more...

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Update: When does a defendant submit to a foreign court’s jurisdiction?

There are indeed perils when a defendant ignores a lawsuit brought in a foreign jurisdiction, but a recent decision from the Court of Appeal of New Brunswick highlights what steps must a foreign plaintiff take to enforce a judgment from abroad and what factors must be considered to determine whether a defendant submitted to the foreign Read more...

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