Robin Ellis Ltd v Malwright Ltd

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[1999] BLR 81

In a dispute over building works, the parties' experts were directed to produce a joint statement. Subsequently, the parties' positions changed and one party wanted to use the statement in cross-examination against the other. It was held that the statement was prepared to assist the litigation, and was therefore not privileged.

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