Time for a Culture Shift: Seepa v Seepa

“Procedural gamesmanship, incessant delay, and discovery without end have brought the civil justice system to the brink of a crisis.” Justice Myers in Letang v. Hertz Canada Limited, 2015 ONSC 72 Delay is endemic in civil cases.  It is a disease. It eats away at our justice system. And there appears to be no end. Especially … Continue reading Time for a Culture Shift: Seepa v Seepa

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

In Letang v. Hertz Canada Limited, 2015 ONSC 72, Justice Myers called out the defendants on their delay tactic. “So they did what counsel steeped in the traditional Toronto motions culture do – they served a big, thick motion and waited for their adjournment.” (paragraph 16) On December 3rd, 2014, the plaintiffs (represented by Dentons) served … Continue reading Justice Delayed is Justice Denied