Indecent Exposure: Waiver of Legal Professional Privilege

$66.00 $44.00 $40.00

This session sets out the general principles for waiver of privilege set out by the High Court in Mann v Carnell and then provides illustrations of the five most common ways in which privilege can be waived.

Recorded March 2017

Product Description

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Know what not to do if you do not want to waive privilege.
  • Understand that it your right or a clients right to seek advice.


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About Speaker

He is a commercial litigation lawyer with extensive experience advising corporations and individuals on a wide range of commercial disputes in the building and construction, insurance, banking and finance and property sectors.  Andrew is one of a very few practicing lawyers with an MBA. He uses this background and contacts arising from it to assist clients in obtaining commercial outcomes.

His particular focus in this area covers intellectual property, real estate, insolvency and defamation matters.

Andrew has many long serving clients who appreciate his commercially sound and strategic advice. He enjoys having a strong community involvement and supports a number of pro bono clients.

He is also a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).

In addition he has also written papers on conflicts of interests and without prejudice privilege. Their titles are:

  • “Dutch dykes and Chinese walls: legal conflicts of interest in Australia”
  • “Without prejudice privilege: to be or not to be?”

Further Information

This one hour seminar = 1 CPD unit for one fee earner only. Please contact us if you require other fee earners in your firm to watch and record this a part of their CPD requirements (additional charges will apply).

If you have any questions, please call 1300 273 463 or email

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