Popack v. Lipszyc, 2016 ONCA 135:
 The order under appeal is discretionary. Virtually all discretionary orders involve the balancing of competing interests. In most cases, the existence of a discretion implies that different judges can reasonably arrive at different results. Consequently, appellate courts will defer to the exercise of discretion at first instance absent a clearly identifiable error in the application of the law, a material misapprehension of the relevant evidence, or a result that is clearly wrong in the sense that it is not defensible on an application of the relevant law to the facts: see Penner v. Regional Municipality of Niagara (Regional Police Services Board), 2013 SCC 19,  2 S.C.R. 125, at para. 27.
Of the Law Societies of Upper Canada and Nunavut