Idaho High Court: No Attorney-Client Relationship Existed In Fracking Fluid Case

(July 11, 2016, 10:45 AM EDT) -- BOISE, Idaho — The Supreme Court of Idaho on June 28 partially affirmed and partially reversed a trial court ruling, finding that the attorney who represented parties in a contract matter related to hydraulic fracturing fluid was entitled to attorney fees because there was no evidence that the party it represented in the contract negotiation had a “reasonable” expectation that an attorney-client privilege existed (H-D Transport, et al. v. Michael D. Pogue, et al., No. 42921, Idaho Sup.; 2016 Ida. LEXIS 180).

(Opinion available. Document #94-160712-013Z.)...
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