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Corporate Investigations 2019
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Investigations 2019 has now been published. Corporate Investigations covers common issues in corporate investigations laws and regulations
Ireland
21 Dec 2018
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Failings In The Disclosure Process: Key Learnings
What can we learn from failings in the disclosure process in the UK?
Ireland
18 Dec 2018
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Prosecutors, Regulators & Investigators: Time To Review Your Disclosure Procedures
Prosecutors, regulators and investigators can learn from the recent failings by police and prosecutors in the UK to properly comply with their disclosure obligations.
Ireland
13 Feb 2018
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Corporate Investigations 2018
In determining who the client is, outside counsel will usually consider those individuals who are expressly charged with seeking and receiving legal advice on behalf of the entity.
Ireland
18 Jan 2018
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Breach Of Confidentiality – There Is No ‘Off-The-Record'!
The UK Supreme Court has found that a public body, HM Revenue & Customs ("HMRC"), breached its duty of confidentiality to a taxpayer after a senior official disclosed confidential information to journalists...
Ireland
3 Apr 2017
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International Comparative Legal Guide To: Corporate Investigations 2017
An entity should firstly consider if there is an ongoing statutory or regulatory investigation and if so, how that might impact the decision to conduct an internal investigation.
Ireland
29 Mar 2017
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Think About Your Documents: Discovery In Judicial Review Proceedings
Can you get discovery in judicial review proceedings? Yes you can, as the Public Accounts Committee found out when the High Court granted discovery against it...
Ireland
27 Nov 2015
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US Court Rules Cyber-Security Expert Reports Privileged
A US court recently found that reports prepared by a computer security firm in the wake of a cyber-attack were not required to be disclosed in litigation arising from the attack as they were protected by attorney-client privilege.
Ireland
1 Jul 2015
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