Alaska Court Vacates Decision Holding Attorney Invoices Were Privileged, Remands

(September 25, 2018, 3:21 PM EDT) -- ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The Alaska Supreme Court on Sept. 14 vacated a trial court’s ruling that attorney invoices in relation to a city board’s decision that affirmed an approved conditional use permit for a subdivision were subject to attorney-client and work-product privilege, holding that the trial court only reviewed two invoices that had been redacted by a city manager and it reviewed none of the invoices that were withheld (Frank Griswold v. Homer City Council, et al., Nos. S-16236 & 7297, Alaska Sup.,...

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