Miscellaneous 2008

Waiver of legal professional privilege - ATO's access and information gathering powers

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 28 May 2008


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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.

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Waiver of legal professional privilege - ATO's access and information gathering powers

Author(s): Chris C Branson


  • Published By: Chris C Branson
  • Published On:28 May 2008
  • Took place at:The Westin, Sydney

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