|Source:||All England Reporter|
|Publisher Citation:|| All ER (D) 32 (May)|
|Neutral Citation:|| EWHC 649 (TCC)|
|Court:||Queen's Bench Division, Technology and Construction Court|
|Representation||Sean Brannigan QC and Annaliese Day (instructed by Reynold Porter Chamberlain LLP) for the claimant.|
|David Sears QC, Serena Cheng and David Johnson (instructed by Nabarros LLP) for the defendant.|
|Judgment Dates:||15 March 2012|
Disclosure and inspection of documents - Legal professional privilege - Communications between legal adviser and client - Parties commencing litigation regarding construction of house - Owners of house taking advice from claims consultant company providing 'contractual and adjudication advice' - Claims consultants employing individuals called to Bar but not practising barristers - Second defendant company accidentally releasing documents to claimant company regarding advice of claims consultants - Claimant seeking disclosure of all relevant documents - Whether advice from claims consultants privileged.