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The ruling is an important development for the Fraud Section’s new privilege unit.
08 December 2020
US prosecutors have argued that Elizabeth Holmes, who founded medical device startup Theranos, cannot shield documents prepared by the company’s former lawyers from being presented at her upcoming fraud trial.
24 November 2020
The best practice for handling privilege issues in the context of investigations by Chinese authorities is to follow Western privilege norms, a Shanghai-based expert has said.
17 November 2020
A Singaporean ruling on a lawyer’s unsuccessful bid to protect data on his electronic devices will become “the first port of call” for privilege disputes in the city-state.
09 November 2020
Sports Direct cannot claim privilege over three reports containing advice from Deloitte and sought by the UK’s accounting regulator because they were not created for the sole purpose of litigation, a UK judge has ruled.
05 October 2020
Magistrate judges have recently backed the DOJ’s newly formed Special Matters Unit over its handling of privilege, in a series of related cases.
30 September 2020
A judge overseeing a dispute between Russian oil company Tatneft and four Ukranian businessmen, including Igor Kolomoisky, has ruled that foreign lawyers’ communications are protected by legal professional privilege.
16 September 2020
“The government in this case eviscerated the defendant’s attorney-client privilege and work-product protection,” former senior DOJ officials told the Eleventh Circuit in a healthcare fraud appeal. “Dismissal is the only remedy that can fix these pervasive violations.”
14 September 2020
The DOJ sent guidance on conducting privilege reviews to prosecution offices across the country following a series of problematic court rulings. The move follows recent efforts by some DOJ units to reform their use of filter teams.
10 September 2020
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