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A new tool to defeat dilatory tactics in judicial proceedings

By David Paradis, from our Litigation and Labour and Employment Law Groups.

June 2, 2017 — With article 342 of the Code of civil procedure [CCP], a Court can now remedy “substantial breaches” in the conduct of a proceeding by ordering the faulty party to pay to its opponent a fair and reasonable amount as compensation for its lawyer’s fees.

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