Here is the latest case about that form of implied waiver of legal professional privilege by a former client plaintiff who sues his former solicitors for negligence: Artistic Builders Pty Ltd v Nash  NSWSC 102. In this case, the plaintiff sued two successive sets of lawyers in the one proceeding. Inspection was granted of the documents the defendant solicitors were after.
- Unpaid fees deny prof neg plaintiffs inspection of discovered file
- Latest decision on implied waiver upon suing former solicitors
- Yet another implied waiver case: Paragon Finance Plc v Freshfields (a firm)
- The obligation not to use documents obtained under compulsion except for the purpose compelled
- Imputed waiver of privilege upon clients suing former lawyers: Lillicrap v Nalder & Son