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Mallesons Stephen Jaques v KPMG Marwick (1990) 4 WAR 357

This case considered the issue of legal professional privilege and the notion of a Chines Wall that was used by a firm of solicitors and whether or not this Chinese Wall was sufficient to dispel the risk of a conflict of interest arising between representing a new client and information provided by a former client.

 

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Mallesons Stephen Jaques v KPMG Marwick (1990) 4 WAR 357
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