Tag Archives: Inducement

The can of worms: BC Rail, Basi/Virk, anonymity, inducements to plead

I’m not surprised with the BC Supreme Court ruling on the Auditor General’s application for documents in the Basi Virk indemnity case. My understanding is that some of the billings – the ones protected by privilege – might reveal the … Continue reading

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Indemnities and inducements: Today in QP

From Hansard, May 7, 2012 PAYMENT OF LEGAL FEES IN B.C. RAIL COURT CASE L. Krog: In an e-mail to the Vancouver Sun over the weekend the Ministry of Justice said that the order to forgive the $6 million in legal fees for … Continue reading

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BC Rail: From the frying pan into the fire

Today in an unusual Monday column the Vancouver Sun’s provincial political columnist Vaughn Palmer explains the indemnity deal that prematurely concluded the BC Rail trial. The column is based on an email Palmer received over the weekend from a clearly … Continue reading

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