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Following Unaoil’s failed application for judicial review companies and individuals will find it difficult to contest SFO investigations, lawyers say.
04 April 2017
The Australian securities enforcer has appealed against a court decision absolving a former Australian Wheat Board executive of responsibility for alleged UN sanctions breaches.
21 February 2017
Payments in contravention of the UN oil-for-food programme were legal in Iraq and so do not count as bribes, the defence counsel for Total and Vitol told a Paris appeals court.
13 November 2015
Sophie Scemla has joined Eversheds’ litigation and dispute management practice from Heenan Paris.
03 September 2015
On 11 August, US appeals court judges vacated a district court decision that they said would send alarm bells ringing in corporate general counsel offices throughout the US, if upheld. GIR looks at how the appeal court reached its decision and restored order to the notion of privilege in the US.
18 August 2015
A US appeals court has overturned a decision that it says would have undermined the principle of attorney-client privilege in internal investigations.
13 August 2015
Iraq's parliament has voted unanimously in favour of a sweeping anti-corruption reform bill championed by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, according to reports. But analysts warn the plans are currently thin on detail.
12 August 2015
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