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On September 16, 2015, the Court of Appeal – new Justice Marie-Josée Hogue – granted leave from a safeguard order that had been issued to prevent a company from soliciting another company’s clients in Industries V-Tech inc. (Industries Play-Tech inc.) v. Cast Steel Products (Canada) Ltd., 2015 QCCA 1471.

On July 7, 2015, Justice Claude Gagnon, J.C.A., refused leave from a provisional injunction that had been issued by the Superior Court and which shut down the operations of a quarry for ten days. In his decision in Société Asbestos ltée v. 2858-0702 Québec inc., 2015 QCCA 1158, Justice Gagnon found that although the provisional injunction could have the effect of causing a prejudice that might not be remedied by final judgment, this was not sufficient to grant leave in a provisional injunction, which is only granted rarely and exceptionally.