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Litigation privilege: A recent review by the Superior Court of Quebec

Jasmine de Guise
Publication date:
April 25, 2023
Article Summary: 

The blog post titled "Litigation Privilege: A Recent Review by the Superior Court of Quebec" on Miller Thomson's website discusses the concept of litigation privilege and its application in a recent case decided by the Superior Court of Quebec. Litigation privilege is a legal principle that protects certain communications and documents exchanged during the course of litigation from being disclosed to the opposing party. The blog post provides an overview of the case, which involved a dispute over the scope of litigation privilege and whether certain documents were protected. The court's analysis and reasoning in applying litigation privilege are discussed, highlighting the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of communications in the context of legal proceedings. The blog post offers insights into the scope and limitations of litigation privilege and its significance in preserving the integrity of the litigation process.


litigation privilege, Superior Court of Quebec, legal proceedings, communications, confidentiality, disclosure, documents, scope, protection, integrity, Miller Thomson, blog.

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Jasmine de Guise
Litigation privilege: A recent review by the Superior Court of Quebec
April 25, 2023
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