Requests for further production

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Roeske v. Grady, 2006 BCSC 1975 (CanLII)

  • January 06, 2006

Date: 2006-01-06 Docket: M022824. H.A. Slade J. | Link
Defendant applied for an order that the plaintiff provide to the solicitors for the defendants her PowerBook computer, including but not limited to the computer's hard drive and any removable floppy CD or other DVD disks containing data originating on her PowerBook computer, twenty days before the scheduled start of the trial in an action that had commenced in 2004.

Rossi v. Vaughan (City), 2010 ONSC 214 (CanLII)

  • January 19, 2010

Date: 2010-01-19 Docket: 07-CV-326105PD2  Master Sproat. | Link
In a wrongful dismissal case involving allegations of political conspiracy, the plaintiff moved for an order requiring the city to search its servers and computer systems for correspondence relating to matters at issue, to and from a former mayor.

Shields Fuels Inc. v. More Marine Ltd., 2008 FC 947 (CanLII)

  • August 13, 2008

Date: 2008-08-13 Docket: T-2223-07 Prothonotary Roger R. Lafrenière. | Link
Plaintiff seeks damages for a breach of contract and a permanent injunction preventing the defendants from carrying fuel allegedly owned by the plaintiff on the defendant's barge, which was arrested shortly after the suit was launched.

Stanfield v. The Queen, 2007 TCC 480 (CanLII)

  • May 10, 2007

Date: 2007-05-10 Docket: 2004-1415(IT)G. The Honourable Gerald J. | Link
Rip, Associate Chief Justice. Respondents motion to compel (Appendix 2) includes copies of all documents printed on that computer and all data on the hard drive as it respects the joint venture (Q115) and the hard drive and copies of any documents .... printed out on that computer respecting the joint venture trades (Q117).

Velsoft Training Materials Inc. v. Global Courseware Inc., 2012 NSSC 295

  • August 02, 2012

Date: 2012-08-02 Docket:  341894 Wood J. | Link
The defendants brought a motion to compel further disclosure of electronic information by the plaintiffs. The defendants did not provide evidence to show that there were any specific electronic records or categories of records which were relevant and not disclosed by the plaintiffs.