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Civil Practice – Discovery – Attorney-Client Privilege – Blanket Objection – First Impression – Appeals – Interlocutory (access required)

K2 Asia Ventures v. Trota When responding to a discovery request, a blanket objection based on attorney-client privilege or work product immunity to all of the opposing parties’ discovery requests is inadequate to accomplish its intended purpose and does not establish a substantial right to an immediate appeal. The Philippine defendants’ appeal is dismissed. The trial court’s order compelling discovery from the Krispy Kreme Doughnut (KKD) defendants is affirmed.

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