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On 25 March, 2004, the Court of Appeal ordered that Andrew Foyle, a Lovells litigation partner, answer questions on document retention advice given to British American Tobacco (BAT) in respect of possible litigation. This is, as the judge at first instance acknowledged, a virtually unprecedented step. It represents, following on from the recent Three Rivers decisions, a further incursion on the scope of privilege.


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