Legal professional privilege in the spotlight; how the pre-action protocol is actually causing tactical delays; and English law's waning influence in the trusts market
In strictest confidence – Legal professional privilege may be a mainstay of most common law legal systems and arguably the basis on which many high-profile cases are lost or won, but rarely does it enjoy the limelight itself, writes Caroline Hill
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