The Supreme Court of Canada has rejected the Privacy Commissioner of Canada's appeal in the Blood Tribe case. The case raised questions of solicitor-client privilege in the context of PIPEDA investigations.
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The Supreme Court of Canada this morning granted leave in the Blood Tribe case, which involves questions about the Privacy Commissioner of Canada's ability to compel the production of documents over which a claim of solicitor-client privilege is asserted in the context of an investigation under PIPEDA.
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