Canucks co-owner wants info sealed
Sep 4, 2013 / 9:18 pm
VANCOUVER - The lawyer for a Vancouver Canucks' co-owner says he's asking a judge to take practical steps so lawyers don't divulge "commercially sensitive information" during an upcoming divorce trial.
Preliminary legal wrangling between Francesco Aquilini and his estranged wife Taliah has already generated headlines as the couple fought over a prized wine collection.
In August 2012, BC Supreme Court Justice Nathan Smith ruled on the process each party must follow in having documents that include information on commercial interests declared confidential.
The couple has also agreed not to file affidavits relating to their children.
Now George Macintosh says he wants an extension of the order so lawyers do not divulge sensitive information through their questioning.
Smith has already ruled Francesco Aquilini will not be forced to testify about any alleged adultery during the trial that's scheduled to begin on Monday.
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