We disagree. The test for setting aside a jury’s verdict is extremely high. It requires that the court conclude that the verdict is “so plainly unreasonable and unjust as to satisfy the Court that no jury reviewing the evidence as a whole and acting judicially could have reached it”: Gutbir v. University Health Network, 2012 ONCA 66 (CanLII) at para. 5.
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