In response, the defendants argue the statements made by a lawyer in the course of representing a client are protected by the doctrine of absolute privilege and no civil claim may lie against the lawyer for the statement made in court: Holland v. Douglas, 2010 BCSC 96 at paras. 57-64; affirmed in Holland v. Douglas, 2010 BCCA 345.
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