In a 2017 decision, the Ontario Superior Court suggested a shift was needed to cut the number of generic consent orders for disclosure that were consigning “parties to lengthy, intrusive, expensive documentary collection and investigation proceedings.” The decision prompted some to believe that judges would play a more active gatekeeping role by applying an evidentiary threshold to dismiss will challenges. David Mills comments on this issue in an article by

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