Say it ain’t so: Simply stating document is ‘privileged’ doesn’t mean it is

August 27, 2017 0 COMMENTS

by Hannah Roskey and Katie Clayton

Maintaining the privilege of a document is a fundamental aspect of any litigation. The Canadian legal system is premised on the search for truth, which, by default, requires parties to disclose relevant documents to one another in the course of litigation. This is the case in traditional civil actions and generally so for other similar adjudicative processes.

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