Topic: Confidential Documents

Are Client Lists Produced from Memory or Personal Records Confidential? An Alberta Court Offers a More Nuanced Analysis

April 18, 2022 Topics: Blog, Confidential Documents
GG & HH Inc v 2306084 Alberta Ltd, 2022 ABQB 58 The Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench declines to extend an injunction prohibiting departed pharmacists from contacting the applicant’s patients. While accepting as plausible the pharmacists’ explanation that they relied solely on memory, personal records and community networks to contact…
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Court Rejects Plea for Disgorgement of Profits, Despite Finding Departing Physicians Breached Fiduciary Duty and Duty of Confidence

Genesis Fertility Centre Inc. v. Yuzpe, 2019 BCSC 233 A decision of the British Columbia Supreme Court rejects a claim for disgorgement of profits, even though the Defendants committed breaches of fiduciary duty and confidence. The decision is a reminder that, in employee competition cases, the courts will be mindful…
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