Privilege: behind closed doors - the Family Law Journal

Jemma Pollock (1) Saphia Wyse, Trainee in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, criminal and financial crime team.
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Jemma Pollock, Saphia Wyse

The concept of privilege in legal proceedings refers to a right which affords confidentiality to a communication or document, meaning that they are protected from publication or disclosure.

Writing in the Family Law Journal, senior associate Jemma Pollock and trainee solicitor Saphia Wyse examine the extent to which privilege will apply to financial dispute resolution (FDR) negotiations when there are allegations of fraud.

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