How Greenpeace landed itself in serious legal trouble with its campaign against a forestry company .

By Steven Keeler | Jul 25, 2014


Interfering with economic relations is a far more serious bit of wrongdoing under Canadian tort law. Greenpeace lost its first attempt to get the economic relations part of the case removed, claiming there was lack of evidence in the Resolute claims. But an Ontario Superior court judge disagreed, saying that in his view Resolute “identifies actions which constitute essential elements of the tort, namely to injure, interference with economic interests by unlawful means and a corresponding loss.”

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