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16-054 - Supreme Forest Products, Inc. et al v. Kennedy et al


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16-054 - Supreme Forest Products, Inc. et al v. Kennedy et al
January 12, 2017
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ORDER RE DISCOVERY DISPUTE: For the reasons stated in the attached ruling, plaintiffs' objections to defendants' invocation of the attorney-client privilege are SUSTAINED in part and OVERRULED in part. The objections are SUSTAINED to the extent that plaintiffs seek disclosure of the content of communications that occurred between defendants and counsel from May 9, 2014, to the present, to the extent that such communications were otherwise made in confidence for the purpose of giving or receiving legal advice. The objections are OVERRULED to the extent that plaintiffs seek facts or information that can be revealed without disclosing that such facts occurred during or were discussed during a privileged communication. The objections are further OVERRULED to the extent that plaintiffs seek communications between the two defendants that occurred outside the presence of counsel or without simultaneous communication to or from counsel. Signed by Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer on 1/12/2017. (Townsend, D.)