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  • No leniency for litigant in person on service rules

    Article

    Submitted: 23 February 2018

    The Supreme Court has, by a narrow majority, refused a litigant in person's appeal relating to the service of a claim by email.

  • Exchange traded products and the return to volatility

    Article

    Submitted: 08 February 2018

    ​The recent wave of volatility in global stockmarkets has highlighted some of the risks associated with index tracking exchange traded products.

  • An exception to privilege?

    Blog Post

    Submitted: 29 January 2018

    This blog post looks at Accident Exchange Ltd & Anor v McLean & Ors [2018] EWHC 23 (Comm) which examines the crime-fraud exception to privilege in the context of a major motor credit hire fraud.

  • Waiver of privilege

    Blog Post

    Submitted: 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.

  • The ENRC and the RBS Rights Issue Litigation

    Blog Post

    Last Reviewed: 10 October 2017 / Submitted: 18 July 2017

    ENRC and RBS Rights Issue Litigation: where are we now?

  • Communications for the purpose of legal advice - the Australian approach to privilege

    Blog Post

    Submitted: 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).

  • The interplay between confidentiality and privilege

    Blog Post

    Submitted: 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.

  • A privilege lesson from Singapore

    Blog Post

    Submitted: 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.

  • Can your most valuable assets walk out of the door? Restricted access

    Seminar

    Submitted: 18 May 2017

    To a large extent, the security of your business is in the hands of those individuals who have access to information, strategy and staff. Managing the risk caused by the natural movement of people into and out of a business, or by negligent or rogue employees, is something that all organisations need to grapple with. This session focuses on some of the practical and legal steps that businesses can take to mitigate the risks arising from today’s increasingly flexible, mobile and global workforce.

  • High Court considers commercial approach to the construction of mortgage conditions

    Article

    Submitted: 13 April 2017

    With LIBOR back in the headlines, it is worth re-visiting a December 2016 High Court judgment, where the background facts demonstrate that problems caused by LIBOR are not limited to benchmark rate rigging. The judgment is a reminder and application of the way in which a Court will go about interpreting disputed clauses in contracts.

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