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For witnesses in potential jeopardy, speaking with the SEC on a video call can be especially daunting. GIR spoke to lawyers and an SEC official about how to navigate testimony now that remote interviews are here to stay.
20 August 2020
Defence lawyers said the new specialised privilege unit will allow them to have a greater influence on privilege-related policy in the Fraud Section.
21 July 2020
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe’s Guy Singer, Matt Moses and Dina Rezvani argue that the DOJ’s new Special Matters Unit lacks the independence to adequately resolve privilege problems in white-collar cases. They present an alternative solution.
17 July 2020
Lawyers say that recent guidance on internal investigations approved by France’s National Bar Council illustrates the modernisation of the country’s anti-corruption system.
07 July 2020
The Criminal Division’s fraud section has picked a department veteran to lead the newly formed Special Matters Unit.
17 June 2020
Capital One has filed an objection to a 26 May ruling that a cybersecurity report into a 2019 data breach is not protected by work product doctrine, arguing that litigation was the “driving force” behind the document
10 June 2020
Walmart brought up attorney client privilege as a reason to seal or dismiss its former lawyer’s wrongful termination lawsuit.
05 June 2020
The unit will primarily handle privilege-related issues following complaints from defence counsel that prosecutors tainted cases during search and seizures.
13 May 2020
Japanese lawyers have welcomed the prospect of attorney-client privilege in the country’s judicial landscape but said it could be a long time before it applies to white-collar cases.
30 April 2020
A US appeals court has ruled that the IRS is allowed to subpoena a law firm’s client list as part of a probe into an alleged offshore tax evasion scheme.
29 April 2020
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