1. Shawcross Doctrine
2. Discussions between the Attorney General and government colleagues
3. Remediation agreements
1. Conversations he didn't participate in
2. Matters covered by solicitor-client privilege (Take 2 drinks)
3. Matters discussed with cabinet
4. Any case before the courts
"That's a very complex and layered question," Lametti says. Says academic literature makes solicitor-client privilege in the context of the AG very complex.
We've moved to a quote by Lametti – the "AG is not an island."
Lametti says he's open to conversations with the cabinet and the government, but when he makes decision as AG that it's his and his alone.
"Why do you need another instrument?" Wernick said rhetorically.