An Ontario Superior Court hearing for the Competition Bureau's lawsuit against Rogers Communications Inc. for "misleading advertising" has adjourned until Nov. 5 due to a scheduling issue. The Competition Bureau launched a court action against Rogers in 2010, seeking a $10-million penalty for “misleading advertising” that ran in the summer and fall of 2010, in which Rogers’ discount brand Chatr advertised that it had “fewer dropped calls than new wireless carriers.” Lawyers for the commissioner of competition and Rogers presented their opening arguments for the trial, taking place in Toronto, in August. The court hearing adjourned this week after the Competition Bureau wrapped up with its witnesses. Rogers is scheduled to resume with its witnesses starting Nov. 5. Ontario Superior Court Justice Frank Marrocco is hearing the case.