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The SEC has announced a “first-of-its-kind group resolution” against 11 financial institutions for breaching rules governing the use of personal devices at work.
28 September 2022
The former top US lawyer at Fresenius claims he was dismissed last month for reporting concerns about bribery, corruption and embezzlement at the German medical company.
13 April 2022
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has charged commercial solicitor William Osmond with illicitly disclosing the existence of a money laundering investigation.
11 April 2022
The Swiss ministry responsible for investigating economic sanctions breaches has doubled down on its position that lawyers have a duty to disclose assets held by sanctioned clients.
01 April 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
The International Bar Association has published a statement defending the principle of legal professional privilege from “international attack”.
17 January 2022
12 November 2021
“Clients just won’t have confidence in speaking to their attorney; the whole point of having an attorney-client relationship will just die,” said one white-collar lawyer.
26 October 2021
22 October 2021
The virtual conference featured a keynote from Total general counsel Aurélien Hamelle and was co-chaired by Jonathan Mattout of Herbert Smith Freehills and Laura Perkins of Hughes Hubbard & Reed. A video of the entire programme is online now.
05 October 2021
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