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  • Norris v. Norris, 2019 ONSC 2795

    [1]           This is the Respondent’s, Ms. Norris’s, motion for an order striking the Applicant’s, Mr. Norris’s, Application and Amended Application, to post security for trial costs in the amount of $85,000, exclusive possession of the matrimonial home, and other related relief.

  • Daniel Estate (Re), 2019 ONSC 2790

    [1]           This is an application to pass accounts and seek compensation under Powers of Attorney for Property and Personal Care. Unlike many applications to pass accounts, this is a “good news” story.

  • Hamilton v. Saint Denis, 2019 ONSC 2766

    [1]           A motion to change a final order is brought by the Applicant, Roxanne Hamilton against her former husband, Patric Saint Denis.  Ms. Hamilton seeks the following relief,

  • Baran v. Baran, 2019 ONSC 2653

    [1] A brief chronology of the parties’ relationship is as follows:

  • Querry v. Ostrander, 2019 ONSC 2762

    [1]           This matter concerns a motion and cross-motion brought by the parties.  The Respondent –mother, Britt Adrienne Ostrander, brings a motion seeking interim child and spousal support from the Applicant –father, Jayme Raynald Querry.  There was also a claim for an order dealing with the proceeds of the sale of the matrimonial home but that issue has now been resolved by the parties for...

  • Dominique v. Ierullo, 2019 ONSC 2783

    [1]           On this motion and cross motion, the Applicant, Michael Dominique is seeking unsupervised access and weekend access to his young son, Cassius Claude Francesco Dominique (d.o.b. January 12, 2013). 

  • Habimana v. Mukundwa, 2019 ONSC 2736

    [1]           I have now had the opportunity of reading the parties’ submissions on costs in this matter, which was an application brought by the applicant, Mr. Habimana, against the respondent, Ms. Mukundwa, pursuant to the Hague Convention, to have their two children returned to Hong Kong.  That Hong Kong was the habitual residence of the two children was conceded, and the sole issue to be...

  • Children’s Aid Society (Ottawa) v. A.F., 2019 ONSC 2771

    [1]           The Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa (“Society”) seeks an order that the children A.M.R., born XX 2010, (“M.”) and C.R.F., born XX 2014, (“C.”) be placed in the temporary care and custody of the Society pending disposition of the application where the Society seeks extended Society care.

  • Przybytek v. 3002071 Canada Inc., 2019 ONSC 2750

    [1]           The parties first appeared before me on March 11, 2019.

  • Moncrieff v. Floresco-Dakin, 2019 ONSC 2740

    [1]           The contested issue on this motion is whether the access of the Respondent, Winston Floresco-Dakin, to his young son, Carter Floresco-Dakin (DOB: February 22, 2015) ought to continue to be supervised by Mr. Floresco-Dakin’s mother.  Carter is a special needs child and has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

  • Prollenium International Corporation v. Vital Esthetique SARL, 2019 ONSC 2887

    [1]              This is a motion by the Plaintiffs Prollenium International Corporation (“PIC”) and Prollenium Medical Technologies Inc. (“PMT”, together with PIC, the “Plaintiffs”) for leave to amend their Statement of Claim issued March 13, 2017, as amended on March 21, 2017 (the “Original Claim”).

  • Chmielewski v. Gonzalez, 2019 ONSC 2784

    [1]           This is the second of two motions heard on April 11, 2019. The father’s motion related to a request that the children of the marriage, G.G. aged 5 and S.G. aged 3, attend Rosedale Day School in September.  That decision was released on April 17, 2019. The relief sought by the father was granted for the reasons given in that ruling.

  • Charron v. Director of the Ontario Disability Support Program, 2019 ONSC 2747

    [1]           The Appellant, Marc Charron, has been diagnosed with major depressive disorder and chronic back pain. He appeals the order of the Social Benefits Tribunal (the “Tribunal”), dated June 19, 2018, dismissing his appeal of the Director’s decision denying him Ontario Disability Support Program benefits. 

  • Thompson v. Casey, 2019 ONSC 2760

    [1]           Mr. Thompson makes this application for a declaration that he has priority over a debt owing on a promissory note granted by Jennifer Matthews in favour of 1007937 Ontario Inc. executed on September 20, 2016.  He bases his entitlement on an assignment dated September 20, 2010 in which 1007 irrevocably assigned to him “all right, title and interest” in the note.  He also requests a...

  • Price v. Delac, 2019 ONSC 2765

    [1]                  Miroslav Delac, came to Toronto from Bulgaria for a visit in the summer of 2011. On May 7, 2011 he went with his brother-in-law Sinisa Filipovic to rent a car from the moving party, Aviscar Inc. That rental ultimately gave rise to a series of legal problems that were only recently resolved.

  • Philip v. Rawlings Building Group, 2019 ONSC 2717

    [1]           The plaintiff seeks an order granting summary judgment in her favour against the defendants, Robert Paul Rawlings and Darlene Ann Rawlings (“the Rawlings”) and a declaration that such judgment survives their bankruptcy.

  • R. v. Nicholas Baig, 2019 ONSC 2713

    [1]           Nicholas Baig and Arianna Goberdhan were married on November 6, 2016. Arianna was pregnant, and due to deliver their baby girl on April 27, 2017. Arianna, her family, and Nicholas Baig’s family were eagerly awaiting the birth of the baby when suddenly, on April 7, 2017, her life ended. Nicholas Baig stabbed Arianna Goberdhan to death.

  • Andersson v. Aquino, 2019 ONSC 2751
  • Select Comfort Corporation v. Maher Sign Products Inc., 2019 ONSC 2779

    [1]           On April 23, 2019, I released my Reasons for Decision in a summary judgment motion in an action to enforce a foreign judgment. I granted judgment to the Plaintiff, Select Comfort Corporation.[1]

  • The Lion Bar & Grill v. April Canada Inc., 2019 ONSC 2745

    [1]           April Canada Inc. brings a summary judgment motion to have the action of the Plaintiffs The Lion Bar & Grill Ltd. and Thanushan Balasingham dismissed as against it.

  • R. v. Brown, 2019 ONSC 2432

    [1]           The defendant, David Brown, has pleaded guilty to a charge that:

  • Singal v. Singal, 2019 ONSC 2758

    [1]           This was a motion by the Applicant wife for leave to amend her pleadings to include a claim for a constructive trust interest in the matrimonial home.  The Respondent husband brought a cross-motion for disclosure. At the start of the motion I was advised that the parties would resolve the motion for disclosure between themselves and they were only proceeding on the motion for leave...

  • Elliott v. Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, 2019 ONSC 2764

    [1]           Mr. Elliott, the Appellant, appeals the decision of Master Sugunasiri dated June 21, 2018 dismissing the Appellant’s counterclaim for delay.

  • Evertz Technologies Limited v. Lawo AG, 2019 ONSC 2756

    [1]           In this action, the plaintiffs claim remedies based upon seven causes of action that are founded, at least to some extent, on claims that the defendants misappropriated and misused confidential information that belongs through to the plaintiffs.

  • Banks v. Azman, 2019 ONSC 2542

    [1]           The Appellant appeals the decision of the Landlord and Tenant Board (the “Board”) made August 13, 2018.  The Board ruled that the parties are governed by the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006, S.O. 2006 c. 17 (the “Act”) and that the Respondent is entitled to possession of the premises for his own residential occupation.

  • Kolosov v. Lowe’s Companies Inc., 2019 ONSC 2687

    [1]           Below, I will provide a basic overview of the nature and conduct of the action to which this costs endorsement relates.  For full context in that regard, reference to my written reasons allowing the summary judgment motions of the Lowe’s and Windsor Police defendants,  reported at 2018 ONSC 7541, is encouraged.

  • "Norius Company" v. Filipenko, 2019 ONSC 2573

    [1]            This a motion for security for costs in a matter having multinational components and existing related judgments rendered in other nations, which are likely to impact the ultimate determination of this Ontario Action.

  • Khan v. Krylov & Company, 2019 ONSC 2714

    [1]            This is a brief costs endorsement following a successful motion for summary judgment brought by the defendants. 

  • Walter v. Jobstart, 2019 ONSC 2722

    [1]           In this action, the plaintiff claimed damages for early termination of a fixed term contract of employment, and related relief. The plaintiff claimed amounts which do not exceed $100,000. The action was brought under the simplified procedures provided for in Rule 76 of the Rules of Civil Procedure.

  • Guo v. Li, Li, and Zhang, 2019 ONSC 2726

    [1] A trial in this matter was heard over an eight-day period between January 7 and 16, 2019. The central issue in dispute was the custody and access arrangements for the two children of the marriage. Although the bulk of the evidence focused on the parenting arrangements for the children, the following issues were also in dispute:

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