• Current through October 23, 2012

A court may, after an in camera review, require disclosure of material for which the privilege is asserted if the court determines:

(1) The privilege is asserted for fraudulent purposes;

(2) The material is not subject to the privilege; or

(3) Even if subject to the privilege, the material shows evidence of noncompliance with District or federal statutes, rules, or orders and the company failed to take reasonable corrective action or eliminate the noncompliance within a reasonable time.

(Apr. 11, 2003, D.C. Law 14-293, § 5, 50 DCR 296.)


Legislative History of Laws

For Law 14-293, see notes following § 31-851.