The very recent decision handed down by the Supreme Court in R (on the application of Prudential Plc) v Special Commissioner of Income Tax, which confirms that legal advice privilege does not extend to legal advice given by accountants. Some recent cases which will be of interest, including: the approach being taken by the courts when deciding the scope of a clause excluding or apportioning liability. the extent to which a limited partner can be involved in the management of the partnership without exposure to its liabilities. the danger of leaving service of proceedings to the last minute. the difficulties involved in attempting to pierce the corporate veil.