What are the implications of a recommendation made by a judge at a conference on resolution?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Milonas v. Copsas, 2018 ONCJ 794 (CanLII):

[16] The mother, in her costs submissions, referred to resolution recommendations made by the case management judge at a conference. Judicial recommendations for resolution at conferences should not be included in costs submissions. See: LeBlanc v. LeBlanc, 2018 ONCJ 499, paragraphs 31 and 32. The court disregarded this portion of the mother’s costs submissions.

Other Questions

What jurisdiction does a judge have to overrule a judgment of another judge? (Ontario, Canada)
What is the test for a judge to be a self-represented judge in a personal injury case? (Ontario, Canada)
What are the implications of a motion judge's decisions regarding the restoration of an action to the trial list under r.48.11 and the dismissal of an Action for Delay pursuant to r.24.01? (Ontario, Canada)
Can a final order be made by a case conference judge? (Ontario, Canada)
Does a party have to enter into settlement discussions with the presiding judge at a case conference? (Ontario, Canada)
Is there any conflict of interest between a judge and a judge? (Ontario, Canada)
In what circumstances will a judge in a sexual assault case be found to have objected to the words of the Judge at the trial of the accused? (Ontario, Canada)
Can a motion judge interfere with the analysis and conclusion of a judge's assessment of the nature of the expression? (Ontario, Canada)
What is the test for appellate judges to review a discretionary decision by a motions judge? (Ontario, Canada)
What are the implications of a motion judge’s decision in a defamation case? (Ontario, Canada)

Alexi white

"The most advanced legal research software ever built."

Trusted by top litigators from across North America.