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In Belley c. T.C. Auto Finance Services Inc., 2018 QCCA 1727, the Court of Appeal upheld an order requiring class counsel to provide a list of names of class members who had “registered” through counsel’s website as well as their province of residence. In so doing, it rendered an important decision regarding attorney-client privilege in the class action context that also has broader implications for attorney-client privilege with respect to clients’ names.

Fans of recreational skydiving and fans of interjurisdictional immunity will both find something to love in the Quebec Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Procureure générale du Québec c. Leclerc, 2018 QCCA 1567.