Recently Published Ottawa Decisions


Find below recently published Ottawa decisions, available for free through CanLII.org.

Family Matters

Douglas v. Faucher (2015 ONSC 1409)
motion — leave — costs — child support — indemnity
Justice J. Mackinnon

Williams v. Curtis (2015 ONSC 1520)
full-time student — child support — parentage — sixty — paternity
Justice T. Minnema

Vogler v. Vogler (2015 ONSC 1341)
costs — litigation — offers to settle — employability — evaluation of a business
Justice M. Linhares de Sousa

Dostie v. Poapst (2015 ONSC 1532)
full recovery costs — offers — subrule — child support — access
Justice T. Minnema

Civil Matters

Lee v. Ontario Lottery and Gaming (2015 ONSC 1621)
duty of fair representation — grievance — bargaining — alleging — self-represented
Justice P. Smith

Guertin v. Legault (2015 ONSC 1391)
retroactive salaries — oppressive conduct — shareholders — accounting — management
Justice M. Labrosse

Recoskie v. Gutoskie (2015 ONSC 1496)
disbursements — costs on a partial indemnity — retainer — time — personal injury
Justice T. Ray

Delco Automation Inc. v. Carlo’s Electric Limited (2015 ONSC 1364)
costs — actions — proceeding — indemnity — offer to settle
Justice P. Smith

Malleck v. Batten (2015 ONSC 887)
genuine issue requiring — motion — triable — summary — will be no genuine
Justice P. Smith

Criminal Matters

R. v. Rampin-Lefebvre (2015 ONSC 1630)
email — interactions — apartment — boyfriend — relationship
Justice C. Hackland

R. v. Ross (2015 ONCJ 115)
officer — alcohol — probable grounds — demand — reasonable
Justice D. Paciocco

R. v. McKay (2015 ONSC 1187)
eyewitness identification — target vehicle — driver — officer — chase
Justice C. Hackland

Divisional Court Decisions from Ottawa Judges

Ottawa Police Services v. Diafwila (2015 ONSC 931)
unsatisfactory work performance — chief of police — independent patrol — tracking — police officer
Justices C. Aitken, T. Lederer and J. Ramsay

Canadian Union of Postal Workers v. Canada Post Corporation (2015 ONSC 729)
seniority — bargaining unit — collective agreement — employee — becomes a route-holding
Justices C. Aitken, T. Lederer and J. Ramsay

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