In Shlosberg v Avonwick Holdings Ltd, the Chancery Division ruled that the claimant’s TIB had acquired the benefit of his legal professional privilege with respect to one of three categories of documents held by the second defendant solicitors, who were also acting for the claimant’s creditor (Avonwick). Both Avonwick and the claimant had been engaged in hostile litigation. In all the circumstances, no order was granted requiring the solicitors to cease acting for the trustees. However, an injunction was granted requiring the solicitors to cease acting for Avonwick.