Third Party Information and Norwich orders

See A.B. v. Bragg Communications Inc., 2010 NSSC 215 (CanLII) in social media section for discussion of release of owner of an IP address in a defamation case.

Link to older case law related to Third Party Information and Norwich orders

York University v. Bell Canada Enterprises, 2009 CanLII 46447 (ON S.C.)

  • September 09, 2009

Date: 2009-9-9 G.R. Strathy J. | Link

York U. applied for a Norwich order to obtain the identity of the the author(s) of an allegedly defamatory and widely distributed e-mail.York had already successfully applied for the IP address related to the Google email account used in the communication.The court used the factors determined by the Ontario CA review of Norwich orders (GEA Group AG v. Flex-N-Gate Corporation, 2009 ONCA 619) to assess whether the order should be granted.

CIBC World Markets v. Genuity Capital Markets, 2006 CanLII 11909 (ON S.C.)

  • April 07, 2006

Date: 2006-04-07 Docket: 05-CL-5716. J.M. Farley J. | Link
"Yahoo! Canada Inc. is hereby ordered to preserve and produce to Brian Casey of Baker & McKenzie for preservation and indexing any and all information, e-mails or other data of any kind in its power, possession or control relating to Marie Cordero, directly or indirectly, particularly relating to an e-mail account named: "