CANADIAN E-DISCOVERY CASE LAW DIGESTS - COMMON LAW

This digest is maintained by the members of the Ontario eDiscovery Implementation Committee (EIC); it was originally created by the members of the eDiscovery sub-committee of the Task Force on the Discovery Process in Ontario and was a supplement to the eDiscovery Guidelines.

Since CANLII now offers deep linking to decisions' paragraphs, the newer entries have direct links in the summary to the appropriate sections of the decision.

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Last Updated September 22, 2016