Case of the Day: InvestorsHub.com v. Mina Mar Group
Mina Mar Group, the Canadian firm featured on March 22, is back in the Letters Blogatory news today. The last time we discussed Mina Mar, it was in the context of Belmont Partners, LLC v. Mina Mar Group, Inc., a case where Mina Mar tried, both in Canada and in the US, to escape from […]
Case of the Day: Dyer v. Can-Truck, Inc.
In the case of the day, Dyer v. Can-Truck, Inc. (N.D. Ohio 2011), Frank Dyer alleged that while he was riding a motorcycle near Lima, Ohio, he was injured when struck by a truck driven by Jaswinder Sekhon and owned by Can-Truck, Inc. Sekhon resided in Ontario, and Can-Truck had its place of business there. […]
Digest for May 10, 2011
In re Canadian Private Copying Collective (D. Minn. 2011). Granting an application under the judicial assistance statute for leave to issue a subpoena to obtain business records for use in a Canadian civil case.
Case of the Day: Third Point LLC v. Fenwick
H/T to Antonin I. Pribetic for bringing to light the case of the day, Third Point LLC v. Fenwick, 2011 ONSC 2068, an Ontario case on a letter rogatory from the New Jersey Superior Court seeking a summons for a deposition in Ontario. Canada is not a party to the Hague Evidence Convention, which is […]
Case of the Day: Chamberlain v. Integraclick, Inc.
The case of the day, Chamberlain v. Integraclick, Inc. (N.D. Fla. 2011), involves an attempt to serve process on a Canadian defendant. I am not a fan of the reasoning in this case. Chamberlain, Newcomer, and Adler, on behalf of themselves and other similarly situated, sued 1021018 Alberta Ltd., d/b/a Just Think Media, an Alberta corporation, and […]