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O'Donovan v Vereker; O'Donovan v Forsyth (1987) 76 ALR 97

This case considered the issue of duties to the client and legal advice given by a barrister in relation to a tax minimisation scheme and whether or not he possessed a legal professional privilege in relation to this advice.

 

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O'Donovan v Vereker; O'Donovan v Forsyth (1987) 76 ALR 97
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