Canada court compels disclosure despite self-incrimination concerns
An Ontario court order forcing Canadian citizens to disclose information to plaintiffs in a US class action cartel lawsuit shows judges are reluctant to intervene in evidence disclosure requests unless there is an obvious threat of self-incrimination or potential misuse elsewhere.
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