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ISBN: 1841133035
Author: Paul England
Language: English
Publisher: Hart Publishing (January 1, 2011)
Pages: 265
Category: Criminal Law
Subcategory: Law
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Start by marking Expert Privilege in Civil Evidence as Want to Read . The intended readership is solicitors and counsel practicing in England and Wales in all the areas of civil, commercial litigation that use expert evidence

Start by marking Expert Privilege in Civil Evidence as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The intended readership is solicitors and counsel practicing in England and Wales in all the areas of civil, commercial litigation that use expert evidence. This book will also be of interest to practitioners in other common law countries and academics who are interested in English procedural la. .

This book approaches 'expert privilege' as a subcategory of privilege of its ow. Paul England is a solicitor at leading City firm Simmons and Simmons.

This book approaches 'expert privilege' as a subcategory of privilege of its own. This is not because it is defined by a uniform subset of rules that apply to all situations in which expert material is at issue, but precisely because it is not. Neither can assumptions about privilege in expert evidence be based on other areas of application. Instead, 'expert privilege' is a highly idiosyncratic and problematic area. None of the traditional privilege texts are dedicated to this important subject  .

Evidence – privilege. In England and Wales, the narrow approach remains binding and has been confirmed in Re RBS (Rights Issue Litigation) EWHC 3161 (Ch)

Evidence – privilege. Are any documents privileged? Would advice from an in-house lawyer (whether local or foreign) also be privileged? The disclosing party may withhold documents protected by legal privilege from inspection by the other party. Legal professional privilege covers two principal categories: legal advice privilege and litigation privilege. In England and Wales, the narrow approach remains binding and has been confirmed in Re RBS (Rights Issue Litigation) EWHC 3161 (Ch). The privilege is not limited to advice regarding a party’s rights and obligations, but extends to advice as to what should prudently and sensibly be done in the relevant legal context.

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In the law of evidence, a privilege is a rule of evidence that allows the holder of the privilege to refuse to disclose information or provide evidence about a certain subject or to bar such evidence from being disclosed or used in a judicial or othe.

In the law of evidence, a privilege is a rule of evidence that allows the holder of the privilege to refuse to disclose information or provide evidence about a certain subject or to bar such evidence from being disclosed or used in a judicial or other proceeding. There are many such privileges recognised by the judicial system, some stemming from the common law and others from statute law. Each privilege has its own rules, which often vary between jurisdictions.

Expert evidence frequently wins or loses cases. The importance of handling that evidence properly is therefore paramount. Neither can assumptions about privilege in expert evidence be based on other areas of application

Expert evidence frequently wins or loses cases. Fundamental to this is the application of privilege. Indeed, thorny privilege issues relating to expert documents, drafts, communications, instructions, collateral use, joint statements, statements of replaced experts, amongst other issues, come up time and again in practice.

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19. The court may need expert opinion on matters outside of its experience

19. The court may need expert opinion on matters outside of its experience. When this need arises, expert opinion is admissible. Expert witnesses may give an opinion upon facts that are either admitted or proved in evidence. You should refer to the section on Expert Evidence for further information). See R -v- Sandhu TLR 2 January, CA, where it was held that such inadmissible evidence might have prejudiced the jury against the defendant and therefore the conviction could not stand. Leading questions may be allowed on uncontested facts and with the leave of the judge.

July 26, 2011 History. There's no description for this book yet. England, Paul solictor. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Expert privilege in civil evidence from your list? Expert privilege in civil evidence. by England, Paul solictor. Published 2011 by Hart Pub. in Oxford, Portland, Or. Written in English.

Expert evidence frequently wins or loses cases. The importance of handling that evidence properly is therefore paramount. Fundamental to this is the application of privilege. Indeed, thorny privilege issues - relating to expert documents, drafts, communications, instructions, collateral use, joint statements, statements of replaced experts, etc. - come up time and again in practice. This book approaches 'expert privilege' as a subcategory of privilege of its own. This is not because it is defined by a uniform subset of rules that apply to all situations in which expert material is at issue, but precisely because it is not. Neither can assumptions about privilege in expert evidence be based on other areas of application. Instead, 'expert privilege' is a highly idiosyncratic and problematic area. None of the traditional privilege texts are dedicated to this important subject. A book dealing with 'expert privilege' as a subject area of its own is therefore highly overdue. This is the first such book. This book provides an overview of the issues, cases, and rules that feature in this complex area, with the touchstone of practicality kept very much in mind throughout. The order in which issues are discussed follows the process by which expert evidence is prepared, from instruction through to collateral use. The intended readership includes solicitors and counsel practicing in England and Wales in all the areas of civil commercial litigation that use expert evidence. This book will also be of interest to practitioners in other common law countries and to academics who are interested in English procedural law.

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