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German Investigations: Raid on US Law Firm Not Unconstitutional, Country’s Highest Court Finds

Germany - July 10 2018 A ruling on 6 July 2018 by Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht) has held that a prosecutor’s raid of the offices of a US...

Christine Braamskamp, Oliver J. Thomson.


"Right to be forgotten" confirmed by English High Court - but not in all cases

United Kingdom - April 25 2018 On 13 April 2018, the English High Court handed down judgment in the landmark case of NT1 & NT2 v Google LLC, the first "right to be forgotten"...


ジェナーブロック レポート - The Jenner & Block Report - February 2018

Japan - March 20 2018 Welcome to our first 2018 edition of the Jenner & Block Report, a digest of updates about legal developments in the United States that we believe are...

Erin R. Schrantz, Andrew D. Irwin, David Bitkower, Michelle Peleg, Veronica Lopez, Paul B. Rietema, Eugene Lim, Matt D. Basil, Gregory M. Boyle, Brent Caslin, John R. Storino, Nicholas R. Barnaby, Nick G. Saros.


English litigation privilege in internal investigations: not quite dead yet?

United Kingdom - February 7 2018 Following the decisions in The RBS Rights Issue Litigation and Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Limited (ENRC), it...


The Free Movement of Data: Another Brexit Casualty?

United Kingdom - January 17 2018 On 9 January 2018, the EU Commission issued a notice stating that following Brexit, the United Kingdom will become a ‘third country’ for the purposes...

Tracey Lattimer.