LPP

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LPPLow Pressure Pipe (soil absorption system)
LPPLate Positive Potential (neurology)
LPPLinear Programming Problem (mathematics)
LPPLocal Planning Policy (Australia)
LPPLocality Preserving Projection (algorithm)
LPPLand Pre Pit
LPPLines per Page
LPPLeadless Plastic Package
LPPLine Printer Plotter
LPPLinux Progress Patch
LPPLicensed Program Product
LPPLawrenceville Plasma Physics, Inc. (Middlesex, NJ)
LPPListe des Produits et Prestations (French: List of Products and Services)
LPPLodgepole Pine
LPPLegal Professional Privilege (document confidentiality protection)
LPPLegislation and Public Policy (various organizations)
LPPLease Purchase Program
LPPLast Purchase Price
LPPLegitimate Peripheral Participation (community of practice)
LPPLaser Produced Plasma
LPPLate Payment Penalty
LPPLeak Point Pressure
LPPLichen Planopilaris
LPPLey de Participación Popular (Spanish: Popular Participation Law; Bolivia)
LPPLarge Pistol Primer (firearms)
LPPLiberian People's Party (Liberia)
LPPLand Partnership Plan
LPPLa Pampilla (seaport code; Peru)
LPPLean Premixed Prevaporized (combustion)
LPPLjubljanski potniški promet (Slovenian Bus Company)
LPPLicensed Program Products
LPPLightweight Presentation Protocol
LPPLittle Patuxent Parkway (Columbia, MD)
LPPLength between Perpendiculars (maritime)
LPPLaboratoire de Physique des Plasmas (French: Plasma Physics Laboratory)
LPPLembaga Pertubuhan Peladang (Malaysian: Farmers' Organisation Authority)
LPPLow-Pass Prototype (microwave filter)
LPPLearning Promotion Potential (educational framework)
LPPLaboratory of Palaeobotany and Palynology
LPPLanguage Policy and Planning (linguistics)
LPPLeague for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development (Germany)
LPPLatvijas Pirma Partija (Latvia's First Party)
LPPLaw of Popular Participation (Bolivia)
LPPLiberation Prison Project (San Francisco, CA)
LPPLink Peripheral Processor
LPPLonely Planet Publications (Berkeley, CA)
LPPLaboratory of Particle Physics
LPPLower Portland Posse (wakeboarding group)
LPPLocal Priority Policing (Victoria Police Force, Australia)
LPPLearning Project Plan (education)
LPPLottery Power Picks
LPPLoss Prevention Procedures (National Fire Protection Agency)
LPPLittoral Penetration Point
LPPLetter Processing Plant (Canada Post)
LPPLocal Protection Project (USACE)
LPPLearning Prototype Phase
LPPLogistics Plans Policies
LPPLaunch Prediction Point
LPPLine Plotter/Printer
LPPLiga Pro Patria (Spanish: Pro Patriot League; Guatemala)
LPPLittle Person Projectiles (band)
LPPLast Price Paid (purchase cost)
LPPLong Plenum Plug
LPPLow-Pass Prefiltering
LPPLarceny of Personal Property
LPPLow Profile Pallet
LPPLicensed Professional Planner (Nova Scotia, Canada)
LPPLocation Preference Program
LPPLimited Production Phase
LPPLoan Payment Plan (finance)
LPPLocation of Pressure Peak (engines)
LPPLegacy Proceedings Project (IEEE Computer Society)
LPPLinear Pair Postulate (mathematics)
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Legal professional privilege protects a client's documents and communications to their lawyer from disclosure and is one of the foundations of the Western legal tradition, usually existing at both common law and in statute.
The ALRC report supports the model of creating a separate tax advice privilege rather than simply extending legal professional privilege to advice given by accountants, an approach that leaves control over the operation and scope of the privilege with the Australian Parliament.
In response to the arguments of the applicants - and the United Kingdom, a party to the proceedings - that national laws have evolved in the field of competition law towards protection under legal professional privilege for in-house lawyers, the court refused to recognise a preponderant tendency of this nature that would necessitate a change in its case law.
There is no exclusion for information which is subject to legal professional privilege in relation to these offences.
The Birmingham office of international law firm DLA hosted a seminar on Legal Professional Privilege with the Midlands group of the Commerce & Industry Group, an organisation for in-house lawyers.
The Firm and Daniels objected, claiming that legal professional privilege protected certain documents and that Section 155 of the Act did not empower the ACCC to compel the production of documents sheltered by that privilege.
The MoD argued in submissions to the Baha Mousa inquiry that the papers were covered by legal professional privilege, which protects communications between lawyers and their clients.
It was ruled their actions breached legal professional privilege of the defendants.
They will be able to cite commercial interests, legal professional privilege and health and safety as reasons for not releasing documents.