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Legal professional privilege paper


This paper covers:

  • description of legal professional privilege
  • contentious areas of LPP
  • types of documents
  • waiver of privilege.

Author profile

Thomas Arnold CTA
Thomas Arnold, CTA, is a commercial barrister who specialises in tax law. He is regularly retained by taxpayers, professional advisors, the Commissioner of Taxation and the Tax Practitioner’s Board. He has been briefed to advise and appear in a broad range of tax matters. His advisory practice involves assisting taxpayers with developing audit strategies, responding to requests for information, claims for legal professional privilege and challenges to compulsive notices. He holds a Masters of Tax Law from the University of Sydney and a Chartered Tax Advisor qualification from the Tax Institute. He is a member of the Tax Institute’s Dispute Resolution Committee. - Current at 05 August 2020
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