Whether the lower courts correctly assessed the scope of the implied waiver of privilege — Whether fairness and consistency require the extension of the implied waiver of privilege to other situations — Whether the law should recognize a limited waiver of privilege where the lawyer acts in a conflict of interest for a second client against a first client, when the first client remains silent about the law firm’s conflict and acquiesces to the firm asking for the second client — Where reasons for judgment publicly disclose otherwise privileged information, can a purely punitive order that prevents a party from using that public information be justified, particularly where the information discloses a prima facie breach of that party’s rights. — dismissed 10/07/2021 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Respondent.

Read the lower court decision from the ABCA here.