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English High Court Limits Scope of Privilege for Documents Generated During the Course of Internal Investigations

United Kingdom - June 1 2017 On May 8, the English High Court1 struck down the majority of claims by a company for privilege over documents prepared during an internal...

Matthew Shankland, Dorothy Cory-Wright, Karen A. Popp, Leslie A. Shubert.


English High Court Limits Scope of Privilege for Documents Generated During the Course of Internal Investigations

United Kingdom - June 1 2017 The English High Court recently handed down a judgment which limits the circumstances in which companies will be able to assert legal professional...

Matthew Shankland, Dorothy Cory-Wright, Karen A. Popp, Leslie A. Shubert.


The UK’s First Conviction under Section 7 of the Bribery Act Offers Further Insight into Anti-Bribery Prosecution

United Kingdom - March 15 2016 Following formal approval of the UK's first Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) in the Standard Bank case (see our Update on that case here), there...

Matthew Shankland, Dorothy Cory-Wright.


The UK’s First Deferred Prosecution Agreement Offers Key Insights Into Anti-Bribery Prosecution

United Kingdom - December 17 2015 On November 30, 2015, a senior judge formally approved the UK’s first Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA). DPAs were introduced in the UK when...

Dorothy Cory-Wright.


UK Bribery Act implementation what businesses should be doing

United Kingdom - April 6 2011 On 1 July 2011 the Bribery Act 2010 (the "Act") will come into force....

Brett Rowland, Steven Pitt, Dorothy Cory-Wright.