Insurance, Professional Indemnity and Pensions: Common Good
A recent ruling in the TAG litigation gives useful guidance on the application of 'common interest' privilege, particularly in an insurance context. Clive Brett and Jan Marzec report on the implications of the latest decision
The law relating to legal professional privilege repeatedly made headlines last year as the House of Lords ruled on the long-running Three Rivers case. Earlier this year, that law was again under scrutiny as an interim issue to be dealt with in the commercial court by Mr Justice Aikens in the multi-party TAG litigation.
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