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A former JPMorgan trader facing market manipulation charges wants the lender to turn over internal emails and documents that purportedly show the bank’s own lawyers didn’t think his trading strategy was improper.
24 May 2022
In a searing order, a New Jersey federal judge said the company cannot redact internal investigation documents that two former Cognizant executives are entitled to review.
05 May 2022
The Netherlands’ state prosecution service is appealing against a part of a recent privilege decision that requires the agency to ask email service providers to filter out confidential communications before they respond to authority information requests.
21 April 2022
“The most recent ruling is front-page news in the Netherlands and is really embarrassing for the government,” one lawyer said.
24 March 2022
Google has abused the concept of attorney-client privilege to shield at least tens of thousands of documents from discovery, the Department of Justice has said.
22 March 2022
Their goal is to encourage internal investigations in France, in the hope companies will then share more frequently the results of their investigations with the authorities,” said one lawyer.
17 March 2022
Two groups representing Dutch criminal defence lawyers have joined law firm Stibbe in a civil case over alleged infringements of confidential communications between lawyers and their clients.
04 February 2022
19 January 2022
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