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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...

Clare Reeve.


Property Alliance Group v RBS: An emphatic victory for banks

United Kingdom - January 19 2017 The judgment in PAG v RBS is the first concerning LIBOR manipulation, and arguably the most significant judgment yet delivered by the...

Sarah McAtominey.


The privileged few: RBS judgment applies controversial narrow definition of legal advice privilege

United Kingdom - January 9 2017 The latest development in the RBS Rights Issue Litigation has significant implications for the future of the law on privilege. The High Court...

Hana Tawfik.


Knowledge is power: predictive coding success requires appropriate legal expertise

United Kingdom - August 23 2016 GCs rightly expect their law firms to deliver top quality results at a competitive price. One technology that promises to enable firms to deliver on...


The Impact of Brexit on ISDA Jurisdiction Clauses

United Kingdom, European Union - August 2 2016 In a previous blog post we considered how Brexit is likely to impact the UK's rules on jurisdiction, governing law, service and enforcement. This...

Andrew Tuson.