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Legal professional privilege—quick guide for staffThis Legal professional privilege (LPP) quick guide explains what LPP is and how we can best protect...
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Legal professional privilege—what it means for in-house lawyers and the organisations they adviseThis Practice Note explains what legal professional...
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