Published on 28 May 08
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Waiver of client privilege can have significant commercial consequences so it is important to understand when you may waive it including:
- the consequences of waiver
- adequate opportunity to claim privilege
- express waiver
- implied or imputed waiver
- limited waiver.
Chris was admitted as Solicitor NSW September 1967 and admitted as Barrister NSW in August 1975. He was then appointed Queen’s Counsel and QC in all states and territories. Chris has practised as an advocate in NSW, ACT, WA and NT since 1975 and is currently the Deputy Chairman of the Law Council of Australia Taxation Subcommittee and is a Member of the Board of Taxation Advisory Panel.
- Current at
23 September 2013