Scott & Associates Engineering Ltd. v. Ghost Pine Windfarm, LP

Decision on Privilege


A recent decision by the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench upholding the assertion of privilege in portions of producible documents on the basis of solicitor-client, litigation and common interest privilege. The case includes a discussion of the fraud exception and waiver of privilege.

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