Male v. The Business Solutions Group, 2013 ONCA 382:
 The publication issued by the Advocates' Society, entitled The Principles of Civility for Advocates, has been endorsed by this court on a number of occasions. Section 19 provides:
19. Subject to the Rules of Practice, advocates should not cause any default or dismissal to be entered without first notifying opposing counsel, assuming the identity of opposing counsel is known.
 We note the exchange in the argument before Ramsay J. mere hours before respondent's counsel noted the appellants in default, when counsel said: "I have told him that I intended to sign, note them in default and move for judgment, but in the meantime, like, I expect he is going to defend on – at some point, on some basis. And I don't want to take advantage of the defendants' lawyer's mistake."