Forensic Collection and Preservation

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CIBC World Markets Inc. v. Genuity Capital Markets, 2005 CanLII 3944 (ON S.C.)

  • February 16, 2005

Date: 2005-02-16 Docket: 05-CL-5690;05-CL-5716. J. M. Farley J. |
Plaintiff had sought Anton Piller relief. Defendant's counsel had given an undertaking to preserve the information that was interpreted in the context of it being the equivalent of an AP order but without any ability of the plaintiffs or their counsel having any access to review or otherwise see anything which is obtained.

Factor Gas Liquids Inc. v. Jean, 2008 CanLII 15900 (ON S.C.)

  • April 08, 2008

Date: 2008-04-08 Docket: C-1292-06 P.B. Hambly J. | Link
[7] On May 18, 2005 Vosburg had installed on Jean's computer at Factor a program called Spector Pro 5.0. It recorded a photograph of Jean's desktop every 59 seconds. It kept these images for 90 days. [8] In the Last 90 Days That Jean Worked for Factor he was saving files to the C drive of his computer rather than to a drive dedicated for Factor employees.