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GlobalCompetitionReview.com quotes Antonio Di Domenico in an article about US Forex Subpoena

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“Canada quashes US Forex subpoena” by Henry Stockley, GlobalCompetitionReview.com.

GlobalCompetitionReview.com quotes Toronto lawyer Antonio Di Domenico in an article about The Ontario Superior Court of Justice’s dismissal of US Forex Subpoena.

Antonio Di Domenico at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin in Toronto said the case must be seen as a “significant reaffirming” of Ontario’s rules of procedures when it comes to class actions and the examination of non-parties. "Discovery generally takes place after the class is certified, making pre-certification discovery rare, Di Domenico said, and the onus is on the party seeking information to explain why the requested information is relevant to the issue disposed of at a certification motion.”

“An order for discovery of non-parties is also an exceptional order, and a party seeking it has the onus of meeting a number of requirements,” he said.”