Protecting Commercially Sensitive Documents in Litigation - Varanus Island

    View Authors September 2014
    Ordinarily a party to a court proceeding has a right to inspect all documents held by the other party that are relevant to the dispute. The only exception to this is if the document is privileged. Confidentiality is not a ground to oppose inspection by another party and it is unusual for a party to try to limit inspection on the grounds of confidentiality.