1: Introduction 2: The Evolving Rationale for Legal Professional Privilege 3: The Corporate Client 4: The Corporation's Legal Advisers 5: The Corporation's Purpose 6: Control of Corporate Privilege 7: Waiver and Loss of Corporate Privilege 8: The Crime-Fraud Exception and Procedural Aspects of Privilege 9: Re-examining the Scope of Corporate Privilege
Andrew Higgins is a lecturer in civil procedure at the University of Oxford. He teaches civil procedure on the BCL/MJur programme, and has taught tort and contract at New College and University College Oxford. Andrew is also a practicing barrister at the Victorian Bar, specialising in complex civil litigation and class actions.
A valuable addition to the scholarship in the area of corporate
privilege. * Gerard Rothschild, International Bar Association *
Undoubtedly destined to become a definitive work in this difficult and invariably controversial area of law, this book will be welcomed by corporate lawyers working not just in the United Kingdom, but in the other three common law jurisdictions. * Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers *