In the article, Melanie and Claire discuss the court’s consideration of two main points. Firstly, whether expressly limiting a waiver of privilege could be be used to prevent use of the information by the other side. Secondly, whether the doctrine of ‘cherry picking’ applies to the inadvertent disclosure of privileged documents.
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