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What does LPP stand for?

LPP stands for Legal Professional Privilege (document confidentiality protection)

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  • Military and Government
  • Business, finance, etc.

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In its letter refusing her request, the council said: "As you will no doubt be aware, legal professional privilege is a common law concept which protects communications between a professional legal adviser and client from being disclosed, including to a court of law.
The fact the editing process was done on legal advice will also raise difficulties of legal professional privilege which might prove insurmountable.
But the report said this was not a case of the society being obstructive but because "legal advice provided to the Law Society and to the panel confirmed the legal professional privilege which was said to attach to some of the material was not theirs to waive, and despite considerable efforts the panel was unable to assist them to find a way round the obstacle.
amp;middot; Material obtained by the police needed to be independently analysed to remove any items subject to legal professional privilege prior to review of the material by the investigative team.
The Birmingham office of international law firm DLA hosted a seminar on Legal Professional Privilege with the Midlands group of the Commerce & Industry Group, an organisation for in-house lawyers.