Article Tag: Legal privilege

Privilege: Don’t assume everything you discuss with you solicitor is private

As you would expect the law protects clients’ communications with their solicitor. This is known as ‘privilege’. In essence any communication which is privileged does not have to be disclosed to a third party even as part of disclosure during litigation. The two main types of privilege are: ‘Legal privilege’ which relates to communications between… Read more »

Think before you write. It could come back to bite you

We are all human, and from time to time we need to get issues off our chest. However once you commit something to writing and send it, you risk it becoming disclosable as evidence in a court case. This could be particularly damaging if the content has been written in the heat of the moment… Read more »