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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | USA | 4 Apr 2018

A reminder that inadvertent disclosure of privileged material will not engage the cherry picking rule

The Administrative Court has held that a defendant did not lose privilege in unredacted passages of documents that had been provided for inspection

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 1 Aug 2011

Draft regulation released proposing Europe-wide freezing orders

In our June 2011 Corporate Fraud, Investigations and Asset Recovery Update, we discussed the upcoming Europe-wide freezing order regulation.

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Jun 2011

Delaying asset disclosure under worldwide freezing orders: no more pulling yourself up by your bootstraps? JSC BTA Bank v Ablyazov & others 2010 EWHC 2352 (comm)

It is common for defendants to seek to delay compliance with the asset disclosure provisions of freezing and proprietary injunctions.

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 3 Jun 2010

Recent developments on Norwich Pharmacal jurisdiction

In R (on the application of Mohamed) v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs 2008 EWHC 2048 (Admin), the English High Court reaffirmed the flexible nature of its Norwich Pharmacal jurisdiction to order disclosure of information and documents from third parties innocently caught up in wrongdoing, essential to assist parties to pursue their cases.

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 10 Dec 2009

The Court of Appeal brands the privilege against self-incrimination a “fraudster’s refuge”

Parties who were subject to a freezing order sought to rely on the privilege against self-incrimination to avoid disclosing their assets, arguing that disclosure would lead to a prosecution in Kazakhstan.

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Jul 2008

Confidentiality in arbitration: an update

Confidentiality has always been a highly valued characteristic of arbitration by the parties that choose it as a method of dispute resolution.

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 6 May 2008

Court of Appeal clarifies that the confidentiality of documents generated in arbitration can be lifted in certain circumstances

In Emmott v Michael Wilson & Partners Limited, the Court of Appeal upheld a decision authorising disclosure of documents generated in English arbitration proceedings.

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 30 Apr 2008

Rogue trading: a poignant reminder of the importance of financial crime risk management and systems and controls

The recently discovered incidents of rogue trading are a poignant reminder of the importance of risk management and systems and controls.

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