Court Nixes Tax Secrecy Bid

Tax attorneys who face Law Society investigations on clients’ complaints cannot invoke confidentiality on their files, a court has ruled. Two tax lawyers had claimed their clients faced possible criminal prosecution if their tax files fell into Canada Revenue’s hands: “Solicitor-client privilege belongs to the client”.

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