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Australia
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The Court ruled that accepting this evidence would not encourage vigilantism or further breaches of rules of evidence.
Kells
The case highlights the importance of thorough advice on rules of evidence and how they influence the outcome in court.
Canada
Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg
The Court ordered the AMF to return all the material in question, pointing out that, until charges are laid, the retention of what is seized during an investigation must be periodically reviewed by the court.
Hong Kong
Herbert Smith Freehills
Clients and legal practitioners often come across a fairly common question during the course of discovery/disclosure in litigation or arbitration:...
Netherlands
Dentons
In december 2019 en januari 2020 verschenen er twee tuchtrechtelijke uitspraken van het Hof van Discipline (advocatuur) over belangenverstrengeling.
Switzerland
Baer & Karrer
On 26 February 2020, the Swiss Federal Council published the draft bill for a light revision of the Swiss Civil Procedure Code ("CPC").
UK
Arthur Cox
A recent decision of the UK Court of Appeal, though not binding here, will offer some comfort to companies facing demands from regulators for legally privileged documents.
Hogan Lovells
In The Civil Aviation Authority v R (on the application of Jet2.com Limited)[1], the Court of Appeal, upholding the High Court decision[2]
Herbert Smith Freehills
In a judgment handed down this morning, the Court of Appeal has held that an audit client was not required to hand over its privileged documents
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Court of Appeal's recent decision in The Civil Aviation Authority v The Queen on the application of Jet2.com Ltd [2020] EWCA Civ 35 found that legal advice privilege
Mayer Brown
This Briefing summarises the decision, which has important implications for the scope of legal professional privilege.
Gowling WLG
The FRC is a statutory regulator responsible for the public oversight of statutory auditors. Under the Statutory Auditors and Third Country Auditors Regulations 2016 ("SATCAR") it is empowered...
Clyde & Co
Yesterday the Court of Appeal handed down its long-awaited decision on the 'no infringement exception' whereby, ...
Dentons
The Court of Appeal, in Civil Aviation Authority v. R (on behalf of the application of Jet2.com Ltd) [2020] EWCA Civ 35, has provided clarity on aspects of legal advice privilege and email chains
United States
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Texas doctors now have a cause of action for alleged malicious peer review following a recent Texas Court of Appeals ruling.
Mayer Brown
Bylined article by Litigation & Dispute Resolution partners Evan Tager (Washington DC), Craig Woods (Chicago) and associate Jonathan Klein (Washington DC).
Mayer Brown
A manufacturing company was recently served with a product liability lawsuit filed in California state court.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Following closely behind the Jet2 decision, the Court of Appeal has again turned its attention to privilege, this time in relation to the exceptions to it.
Worldwide
Law In Order
Cross-border data discovery is impacted not just by proliferation of devices and apps but by privacy law such as GDPR
Law In Order
Drone forensics such as GPS data will bring more challenges relating to these personal flying computers and their control devices such as phones.
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