Associations Not Required to Disclose Privileged Information

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals held that the Maryland Condominium Act did not require disclosure of information related to legal advice or attorney work product (privileged information) to owners. Although this case was decided in Maryland, and it is not binding in Washington, it could indicate how Washington courts would decide a similar issue (and, indeed, we have achieved similar outcomes in cases handled by our firm).   Read the article…………….


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