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Tag: solicitor-client privilege

October 18, 2017

IPCs across Canada call on governments to safeguard independent review of solicitor-client privilege

In a joint resolution, Canada’s Information and Privacy Commissioners (IPCs) have called on governments to ensure that access to information and privacy legislation in every jurisdiction empowers IPCs to compel the production of records over which solicitor-client privilege has been claimed by public bodies to verify whether these claims are properly asserted when responding to... read more

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