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Economic duress - How far is too far?

United Kingdom - June 10 2019 What options are available to a party which finds itself pressured to enter into a contract? It might be possible to undo the agreement...

Tom Wild.

English High Court applies dominant purpose test for litigation privilege to expert reports

United Kingdom - December 6 2018 Following the recent decision by the English Court of Appeal in SFO v ENRC (subject of this Legal Update) in relation to principles governing...

Stephen Moi.

English court gives guidance on when a person is “politically exposed” for AML purposes

United Kingdom - October 16 2018 In a much-anticipated decision, the High Court this week upheld the UK's first Unexplained Wealth Order ("UWO"). The subject of the UWO, originally...

Jeremy Holden.

English Court of Appeal rules that SFO not entitled to internal investigation documents

United Kingdom - September 7 2018 In a keenly awaited judgment, the Court of Appeal has held that documents prepared during an internal investigation are protected by litigation...

Chris Roberts, Jason Hungerford, Sam Eastwood, Alistair Graham.

The trial must not go on: English Court of Appeal overturns a ruling that had prevented claimants from discontinuing proceedings

United Kingdom - August 31 2018 Back in May 2018, in the case of Anatolie Stati and others v The Republic of Kazakhstan, the English High Court had ordered the Claimants to continue...

Zahra-Rose Khawaja.