Pakage Apparel Inc. et al. v. Ellis et al., [2014] B.C.T.C. Uned. 884

JurisdictionBritish Columbia
JudgeFenlon, J.
CourtSupreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
Subject MatterPRACTICE,INJUNCTIONS,CONTEMPT
Citation[2014] B.C.T.C. Uned. 884,2014 BCSC 884,[2014] B.C.T.C. Uned. 884 (SC)
Date17 April 2014
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5 practice notes
  • No Limits Sportswear Inc. v. 0912139 B.C. Ltd. et al., 2015 BCCA 193
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • March 12, 2015
    ...J. held that there was a serious question "to be tried as to whether the emails were improperly taken": Pakage Apparel Inc. v. Ellis , 2014 BCSC 884 at para 43. [47] The Chambers judge held (at para 76) that the KE Parties' conduct could "not be condoned", and that the misconduct of Mr. Ell......
  • No Limits Sportswear Inc. v. 0912139 B.C. Ltd. et al., 2014 BCCA 258
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • June 12, 2014
    ...undertaking. They also succeeded in the Injunction Application before Madam Justice Fenlon. Her reasons for judgment are indexed at 2014 BCSC 884. [18] Fenlon J. described the manner in which Messrs. Ellis and Kirk obtained access to the e-mails that were in issue before her and which are, ......
  • Kliman v. Kinrade,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • July 14, 2022
    ...injunction pursuant to the common law: McKnight v. Hutchison, 2011 BCSC 36 at paras. 145 to 146; Package Apparel Inc. v. Ellis, 2014 BCSC 884 at paras. 40 to 41. The applicant must demonstrate: a)    there is a serious question to be tried; b)    ther......
  • Huang v. Li, 2018 BCSC 1339
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • August 9, 2018
    ...they submit, like the emails and attachments that were found to be the proper subject of these provisions in Pakage Apparel v. Ellis, 2014 BCSC 884 at paras. 28-29. In that case the applicant’s own emails, including some containing privileged material, had been improperly removed from a ser......
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5 cases
  • No Limits Sportswear Inc. v. 0912139 B.C. Ltd. et al., 2015 BCCA 193
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • March 12, 2015
    ...J. held that there was a serious question "to be tried as to whether the emails were improperly taken": Pakage Apparel Inc. v. Ellis , 2014 BCSC 884 at para 43. [47] The Chambers judge held (at para 76) that the KE Parties' conduct could "not be condoned", and that the misconduct of Mr. Ell......
  • No Limits Sportswear Inc. v. 0912139 B.C. Ltd. et al., 2014 BCCA 258
    • Canada
    • British Columbia Court of Appeal (British Columbia)
    • June 12, 2014
    ...undertaking. They also succeeded in the Injunction Application before Madam Justice Fenlon. Her reasons for judgment are indexed at 2014 BCSC 884. [18] Fenlon J. described the manner in which Messrs. Ellis and Kirk obtained access to the e-mails that were in issue before her and which are, ......
  • Kliman v. Kinrade,
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • July 14, 2022
    ...injunction pursuant to the common law: McKnight v. Hutchison, 2011 BCSC 36 at paras. 145 to 146; Package Apparel Inc. v. Ellis, 2014 BCSC 884 at paras. 40 to 41. The applicant must demonstrate: a)    there is a serious question to be tried; b)    ther......
  • Huang v. Li, 2018 BCSC 1339
    • Canada
    • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Canada)
    • August 9, 2018
    ...they submit, like the emails and attachments that were found to be the proper subject of these provisions in Pakage Apparel v. Ellis, 2014 BCSC 884 at paras. 28-29. In that case the applicant’s own emails, including some containing privileged material, had been improperly removed from a ser......
  • Request a trial to view additional results

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