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Veröffentlicht: 01 May 2018
The Divisional Court has added support to the proposition that litigation privilege is not available in a criminal context until the prosecution authorities have decided actually to prosecute.
Veröffentlicht: 01 March 2018
This blog post considers the common interest privilege issues arising out of the judgment of Andrew Smith J in Accident Exchange Ltd & Anor v McLean & Ors.
Veröffentlicht: 02 February 2018
This blog post considers the situation where evidence is sought from a potential witness who owes a duty of confidentiality to another.
Veröffentlicht: 29 January 2018
This blog post looks at Accident Exchange Ltd & Anor v McLean & Ors  EWHC 23 (Comm) which examines the crime-fraud exception to privilege in the context of a major motor credit hire fraud.
Veröffentlicht: 15 January 2018
This blog post examines a recent US case on waiver of privilege the facts of which would, if repeated before an English Court, quite probably lead to a similar decision.
Zuletzt geprüft: 10 October 2017 / Veröffentlicht: 18 July 2017
ENRC and RBS Rights Issue Litigation: where are we now?
Veröffentlicht: 08 August 2017
English lawyers who focus on privilege issues are still coming to grips with the implications of the May 2017 decision in Director of the SFO v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Ltd (ENRC).
Veröffentlicht: 19 July 2017
The courts continue to examine different aspects of this area and Garnham J’s decision in Simkin v The Berkeley Group is the latest example.
Veröffentlicht: 09 June 2017
The Singapore Court of Appeal has considered when and where privilege might be lost if privileged information gets into the public domain.
Veröffentlicht: 16 December 2016
Hildyard J has handed down a very important decision on the unavailability of legal advice privilege in relation to the conduct of interviews in the course of an internal investigation
16 Jul 2018
A summary of the Government's proposed approach to financial services after Brexit.
In Midlothian v Bracewell Stirling Architects  CSIH 21, a Scottish appeal court upheld a first instance decision that a lead consultant was not liable for work carried out by third party consultants appointed directly by a local authority.
12 Jul 2018
Chief Executive of leading think tank calls for increased ESMA intervention.
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