Peter Westphal There is a plethora of prescriptive Information Technology IT outsourcing decision-making models available in the academic literature; yet reported success rates of IT outsourcing transactions remain moderate. This paper investigates outsourcing decisions and asks: Does the process really matter? The paper first briefly reviews the IT outsourcing literature to find that there is a lack of empirical research on IT outsourcing decision processes and the effect they have on outsourcing outcomes.
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The issue of costs in the Ontario Small Claims Court is both more simple and more complex. Where things get complicated is that the law also says that judges have discretion to award more or less money for costs. The law also allows the judge to award costs to the losing party.
Decisions on costs from the Ontario Small Claims Court are rare. Judges rarely issue written reasons for the costs award, and even when judges do write out their reasons they are infrequently reported.
InI was involved in a Small Claims matter where the plaintiff alleged that she was wrongfully dismissed. I acted for the defendants in that case. Following the trial the judge invited the parties to make submissions on the amount of costs that should be awarded.
Costs Decision in Barton v Bowerman. Ottawa Small Claims Court. Facts This post will not get into the details of what was claimed. In seeking costs of more than the basic amount, I respectfully submitted the following: The trial of this matter consumed nearly three full days of court time.
The Plaintiff is a paralegal. She had also retained the services of a lawyer. The failure to accept an offer to settle that falls within the conditions set out in Rule The Facts This matter ought to have been a straightforward notice case.
The Plaintiff chose to complicate the matter by claiming excessive damages without merit. In allowing the Plaintiff to amend her claim to include a claim of a violation of her rights under the Human Rights Code, this Court cautioned the Plaintiff as follows: The Defendants made an Offer to Settle.
The Defendants included further provisions in order to make such a payment in as tax advantageous manner to the Plaintiff as legally permissible. The Defendants were represented in this matter by counsel. Lead counsel on this matter, Mr. He practices primarily in the areas of civil litigation and employment law.
His actual hourly rate for service to this client was [amount] plus HST. A review of accounts issued to the Defendants demonstrates that defence counsel invested The total amount billed to the client for fees, exclusive of HST was: The Defendants made an offer to settle that was more than reasonable, but rejected.
The trial of this matter lasted considerably longer than it ever needed to. The Plaintiff is a sophisticated party. She has been licensed by the Law Society to represent others before this court. For her part, the Plaintiff submitted that she had brought her claim in good faith but had not been successful in persuading the court of the merits of her claim.
She characterized the request for an enhanced amount of costs as potentially punitive. The Defendants never resiled from their position that they dismissed her without cause. Cause was therefore not an issue in the proceeding. Nevertheless, the Plaintiff spent at least a day exploring evidence as to cause and her performance.
This turned out to be a waste of time. This case was solely about assessing the Plaintiffs damages in lieu of notice and should have taken no more than a day of trial time.
The Plaintiff chose to amend her claim well into the trial to allege additional causes of action and damages. The Plaintiff never proffered any evidence for the claim under the Human Rights Code and the other damage claims were unsupported by the evidence.
Offers to settle attract as a consequence of not accepting and doing better at trial double the costs under the Rules that may be awarded. Failure to accept an offer to settle has been ruled to be within the exception under Section 29 of the Courts of Justice Act.The National Defense Authorization Act put a new twist on potential costs a contractor may incur in filing a GAO bid protest.
While many federal contractors are familiar with the costs arising from a GAO protest, including their attorneys’ fees and consultant and expert witness fees, and some. In many cases, few differences exist between successful and unsuccessful businesses.
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