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.

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