Once it is established that LPP applies to confidential communications, it gives the privilege holder the exclusive right to withhold those often sensitive communications from third parties – be that a court, an opponent in litigation, the press or the public at large. LPP is therefore a vital weapon in the armoury of individual and corporate clients and their legal advisers.
In this webinar, chaired by Beth Hale (Partner and General Counsel at CM Murray LLP), Wonu Sanda (Senior Associate at CM Murray LLP) and Michael White (Barrister at 11KBW) and aimed at HR professionals, in-house counsel, private practice lawyers, and other professional advisers who have to grapple with LPP issues we will:
Revisit the core principles of LPP;
Explore why it is important and discuss its scope and limitations;
Using practical scenarios, delve into some frequently encountered issues and pitfalls that can arise in day-to-day employment law practice;
Highlight some common misconceptions; and
Provide some practical tips on applying, navigating and preserving LPP.