Does the “dominant purpose” of a communication have to be the giving or seeking of legal advice in order for it to be privileged?

Legal advice privilege is the right to withhold disclosure of documents or information. It operates so that a person may consult their lawyer in confidence and so what is said will never be revealed without their consent. The principle attaches to all communications made in confidence between solicitors and their

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Early-exit fees cause misery for Virgin Media

Failure to adopt best practice not enough to bring down Ofcom’s decision under judicial review appeal standard CAT dismisses Virgin Media’s appeal At the end of 2018 Ofcom fined Virgin Media £7 million for breaching two regulatory obligations, when it overcharged its customers who wanted to leave its contracts early,

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