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The decision in BMO Harris Gestion de Placements Inc. v. Rainville, 2015 QCCS 5368 shows that no matter how hard attorneys try to draft injunctive orders that are clear and cover all the bases, there is often still room for interpretation and therefore ambiguity.

In her September 21, 2015 post, Catherine McKenzie blogged about a decision granting leave to appeal from a safeguard order that had been issued in order to prevent a company from soliciting another company’s clients.