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Understanding The Nature Of Memory In Investigation
Ian McEwan wrote a perfect novella in 2012. Except he didn't. He just thought he had.
UK
2 Aug 2018
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Being In The Media Spotlight: Where Should It End?
Ryan Giggs, the footballing superstar, entered the legal stage in 2011 when his super injunction preventing the media from reporting an extra-marital affair was ‘outed' by MP John Hemming...
UK
2 May 2017
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First Benefit Corporation Completes Initial Public Offering, California Court Holds That Sarbanes Preempts Attorney-Client Privilege, And Trump Effects Elimination Of SEC Resource Extraction Rule
This week's corporate law news roundup includes discussions of Laureate Education being the first benefit corporation to successfully complete an initial public offering (IPO)...
UK
16 Mar 2017
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Legal Advice: Privilege - Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) Rights Issue Litigation
This case was not in substance about employment law, but it highlights a difficulty that any HR professional could encounter.
UK
16 Jan 2017
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Section 1782: American Dream… Or Nightmare?
Did you know that parties to non-US proceedings can readily obtain information found in the US for use in those non-US proceedings? They can, under 28 USC 1782 ('Section 1782').
United States
7 Jul 2015
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Birdseye And Privilege
Obtaining information, and then being able to use it, brings obvious benefits to those seeking to put right errors in the will drafting process or the administration of an estate (or trust).
UK
13 May 2015
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Minding Your P's And Q's - Covertly Recorded Comments Can Come Back To Bite You
Employers and the courts are increasingly having to wrestle with covert recordings made by employees and when they should be admitted as evidence.
UK
4 Apr 2014
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Guiding You Through... Litigation Disclosure In The British Virgin Islands
In almost all civil and commercial cases in the British Virgin Islands, there will be formal disclosure or exchange of documents.
British Virgin Islands
30 Jul 2012
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Guiding You Through Letters Of Request In The BVI
The Evidence (Proceedings in Foreign Jurisdictions) Ordinance (Cap 24) gives statutory effect in the BVI to the Convention on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil or Commercial Matters signed at The Hague on 18 March 1970, commonly known as the Hague Evidence Convention, which is attached as a Schedule to the Act.
British Virgin Islands
25 Jul 2012
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