An attorney for plaintiff was found to have reviewed two of defendant’s arguably attorney-client privileged documents without stopping and notifying the defendant when he realized the documents might be privileged.  However, the trial court abused its discretion in disqualifying the plaintiff’s law firm as a result.  The trial court failed to say how the two documents could be used to the defendant’s disadvantage in the lawsuit.  Absent evidence that privileged information in the documents would provide the plaintiff with an unfair advantage or otherwise affect the outcome of the case, disqualification was an abuse of the trial court’s discretion.  There are other ways to discipline the erring lawyer for reviewing the privileged documents without infringing on the client’s right to counsel of his choice.