Legal professional privilege for in-house lawyers

Legal professional privilege for in-house lawyers guidance:

Legal Professional Privilege (LPP) protects the confidentiality of written and oral communications between lawyers and clients. It entitles a party to withhold evidence...

Practice Note

This Practice Note considers legal professional privilege (LPP), which is made up of legal advice privilege and litigation privilege. It considers the various criteria...

Practice Note

This Legal professional privilege (LPP) quick guide explains what LPP is and how we can best protect it. What is legal professional privilege? LPP protects the...

Precedents

This Legal professional privilege—top ten tips document highlights key messages on how to attract and then protect legal professional privilege. For further details on...

Precedents

This Practice Note explains what legal professional privilege (LPP) is, including loss and waiver of LPP, summarises key case law and outlines LPP issues in other...

Practice Note

When dealing with litigation in various different jurisdictions, the Getting The Deal Through Guide (GTDT) titled: legal privilege and professional secrecy offers...

Practice Note

This Practice Note considers the general principles, meaning and rationale behind privilege. It identifies the different types of privilege, including legal advice...

Practice Note

This Practice Note looks at loss of privilege in civil litigation in the context of legal professional privilege (LPP) and in particular considers the concept of giving...

Practice Note

This Practice Note looks at privilege and confidential information in the context of a client-solicitor relationship where that solicitor-client relationship no longer...

Practice Note

This Practice Note looks at the status and use of confidential information in civil proceedings including what confidential information is, how to protect confidential...

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