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Unexplained Wealth Orders

United Kingdom - March 23 2018 UK law enforcement agencies may now obtain unexplained wealth orders and supporting interim freezing orders when they have reasonable grounds to…

Andrew Tuson, Naomi Miles.

Corporate crime implications of the election result

United Kingdom - July 7 2017 Theresa May's underwhelming victory in the 2017 General Election has rendered the future of her corporate crime-related manifesto pledges, as well as…

Aaron Stephens, Georgia Henderson-Cleland.

SFO v ENRC and the implications for legal professional privilege

United Kingdom - July 7 2017 On 8 May 2017, the SFO received a judgment in its favour (SFO v ENRC [2017] EWHC 1017), which declared that all but one category of documents…

Aaron Stephens, Georgia Henderson-Cleland.

US v UK: a comparison of the US's "obstruction of justice" offence and the UK's "perverting the course of justice" offence

United Kingdom, USA - July 7 2017 President Trump has come under major scrutiny in recent weeks and months over allegations that he attempted to obstruct the FBI investigation into his…

Aaron Stephens, Georgia Henderson-Cleland.

Court once again favours a narrow interpretation of legal advice privilege and litigation privilege

United Kingdom - May 17 2017 In SFO v ENRC [2017] EWHC 1017 the High Court has once again applied the Court of Appeal’s narrow definition of legal advice privilege, and…

Nick Pryor.