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India introduces mandatory stay on enforcement of domestic arbitral awards to protect against fraud and corruption

India - November 23 2020 On 4 November 2020 the Government of India issued the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Ordinance 2020 (the “Ordinance Amendment”) - modifying…

Karishma Gadhia, Kushal Gandhi.

No litigation privilege for consultants’ advice on tax structure despite expectation of regulatory action

United Kingdom - October 9 2020 The High Court has held that three reports prepared by a company’s tax consultants to enable it to structure its online sales in a manner that would…

Liz Williams.

Notices to produce documents to an adviser’s regulator: Court of Appeal generous on privilege, but harsh on relevance

United Kingdom - February 20 2020 The Court of Appeal has overturned a decision by the High Court that required a client to produce privileged documents to a regulator investigating…

Liz Williams.

Court rejects request for “train of enquiry” disclosure and orders new list of issues

United Kingdom - February 18 2020 In what is believed to be the first reported decision on a request for “Model E” disclosure under the ongoing Disclosure Pilot Scheme (the “Pilot”)…

Liz Williams, Zoe Homer.

UK will not unilaterally observe EU civil judicial cooperation regimes after a no-deal Brexit

United Kingdom - October 8 2018 The UK Government has clarified that it will not unilaterally continue to apply existing EU civil judicial cooperation arrangements if reciprocity…

Liz Williams.