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Court rules SFO can require foreign corporates with a “sufficient connection” to the UK to produce overseas documents

United Kingdom - September 12 2018 On 6 September 2018, the Administrative Court rejected a judicial review challenge brought by KBR, Inc. (a US company) against the Serious Fraud...

Amy Wilkinson.

Court of Appeal overturns restrictive interpretation of litigation privilege in ENRC dispute with SFO

United Kingdom - September 10 2018 In its highly anticipated judgment regarding the scope of legal privilege in relation to documents created during internal investigations, the Court...

Amy Wilkinson, Valerie Allan, Jan Burgess.

India amends bribery laws to expand offences and provide for corporate liability

India - August 10 2018 India has recently passed the Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Act 2018 (the Act), which came into force on 26 July 2018. The Act significantly...

Kushal Gandhi.

Important consultation impacting the decision to prosecute

United Kingdom - August 1 2018 On 23 July 2018, the outgoing Director of Public Prosecutions launched a consultation in England and Wales on a proposed revision of the Code for...

Olivia Jamison, Jan Burgess.

What happens to seized data that falls outside the scope of a search warrant?

United Kingdom - July 2 2018 In a judicial review challenge of a Crown Court decision to refuse an application to require an Authority to return data copied from seized devices...

Iskander Fernandez, Amy Wilkinson.