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Investigations can be triggered by any number of events, but there is a range of issues that will need to be considered at the outset in every investigation. Our new microsite summarises the key points to consider when handling investigations.
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Submitted: 21 September 2018
This training page covers the topic of Mass Tort litigation, which has seen a significant rise in English courts.
Submitted: 20 September 2018
Director of the SFO V Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Limited: the Court of Appeal judgment.
Last Reviewed: 19 September 2018 / Submitted: 20 February 2018
The Criminal Court of Appeal considered a claim for litigation privilege over documents generated when matters were still at an investigatory stage, agreeing with the analysis in ENRC as to when a criminal prosecution can be said to be in reasonable contemplation.
Last Reviewed: 19 September 2018 / Submitted: 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.
Last Reviewed: 18 September 2018 / Submitted: 15 January 2018
In July 2018 the Court of Appeal will hear the appeal in SFO v ENRC, a case with major implications for privilege.
Submitted: 18 September 2018
Celebrated as a big win for legal professional privilege, what difference will the Court of Appeal decision in Director of the SFO v ENRC make in practice?
Submitted: 12 September 2018
This post looks at a recent change in the law, which looks likely to spell the end for unsolicited calls about PPI and accident claims.
Event date: 17 October 2018
Join us at our event ‘Insuring the Future: Challenges of Change’ - an afternoon of short seminars on current legal, commercial and jurisdictional challenges facing the insurance sector.
Submitted: 06 September 2018
Taxpayers have until 30 September 2018 to correct any errors in relation to their historic offshore tax affairs to avoid the imposition of punitive UK tax penalties.
Submitted: 31 August 2018
We consider BDW Trading Limited v Integral Geotechnique (Wales) Limited in which the court was asked to decide whether or not a firm of consulting engineers owed a duty of care to third party purchasers of a contaminated site.
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Reviewing the more interesting cases arising under the law of legal professional privilege.
London 3 October 2018 To 4 October 2018
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