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Legal professional privilege is the entitlement of a party involved in litigation to refuse production/disclosure of the contents of a document in the discovery process. Its purpose is to allow a client to communicate openly with its legal advisors. However, privilege can be inadvertently waived where a business does not have a policy in place to protect its legally privileged documents.

Our special Masterclass will consider practical issues concerning privilege and discovery and will provide guidance on how In-House Counsel can protect legal communications within the business. In addition, we will discuss how you can manage the discovery process in the most commercially effective and cost-efficient way and thereby minimise disruption to your business.

Topics and speakers:

Legal Professional Privilege and the role of In-House Counsel
Andrew Fitzpatrick, BL

Privilege - the peculiarities of EU Competition Law cases
Maureen O’Neill
Mason Hayes & Curran

Discovery – A Practical Guide
Paul Convery
Mason Hayes & Curran

An interactive panel discussion and audience Q&A will be chaired by Declan Black, Partner, Mason Hayes & Curran.

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