May 152010
 May 15, 2010  Posted by  Business, Court, Non-U.S.

Dan Michaluk writes

On May 3rd, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed a motion for an injunction to restrain a departing investment advisor from soliciting his former clients. It is notable because plaintiff counsel claimed it would suffer irreparable harm to its reputation because the defendant’s use of its customer list would place it in breach of PIPEDA.

Read more about this case on All About Information. The case is Timothy William Campbell v. BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc., 2010 ONSC 2315 (CanLII).

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