Insights by Penningtons Manches: Another petrifying blow for privilege?

Nicole Finlayson and Clare Arthurs exorcise the ghost of privilege past ‘It was common ground that SDIP would not be required to produce any documents which were indeed subject to privilege which would be infringed by being produced to the FRC.’ The spectre of legal professional privilege looms large in many a judgment these days. …
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Cases Referenced

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  • McE v Prison Service of Northern Ireland [2009] UKHL 15
  • Parry-Jones v The Law Society [1969] 1 Ch 1
  • R (Lumsdon) & ors v Legal Services Board [2014] EWHC 28 (Admin)
  • R v Special Commissioner ex parte Morgan Grenfell & Co Ltd [2001] EWCA Civ 329; [2002] UKHL 21
  • Simms v The Law Society [2005] EWHC 408 (Admin)
  • The Financial Reporting Council Ltd v Sports Direct International plc [2018] EWHC 2284 (Ch)