November 13, 2015

Courts ‘taking a harder line’ on vexatious lawsuits

Courts ‘taking a harder line’ on vexatious lawsuits

Written by: John A. Olah

The Ontario Court of Appeal’s recent adoption of guidelines for the interpretation of a relatively new rule against vexatious proceedings is a welcome addition to the ongoing battle against such actions, lawyers say.

‘We have to balance the right to open access by creating processes that filter meritless cases and get rid of them inexpensively and quickly,’ says John Olah.

Written By Julius Melnitzer | Law Times

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