Hear from Mark Daniels and Helen Simm on privileged communications

In this webinar recording, our experts Mark Daniels and Helen Simm provide you with the key information you need to identify issues relating to the disclosing of documents relevant to litigation, which may have to be disclosed if they are not privileged.

07 March 2019

Every business, and every in house lawyer, will at some point be involved with an enquiry, an investigation, or potential litigation. During litigation, documents – including emails, attendance notes and reports – which are relevant to the litigation may have to be disclosed if they are not privileged.  

So every business needs to know how it can assess litigation risk or conduct an enquiry without creating documents that it then has to produce and which may be detrimental to its position. The law on this issue has recently been considered by the Court of Appeal in two key cases: WH Holding Ltd v E20 Stadium LLP and SFO v Eurasian Natural Resources Corp Ltd

In this webinar recording, our experts Mark Daniels and Helen Simm provide you with the key information you need to identify these issues when they arise and to know how you can best protect your position.

Speakers

Mark Daniels

Mark Daniels

Partner

Mark Daniels specialises in intellectual property dispute resolution involving infringement and validity of patents, trade marks, designs and copyright, as well as reputation management and domain name disputes.

mark.daniels@brownejacobson.com

+44 (0)121 237 3993

Helen Simm

Helen Simm

Partner

Helen advises corporate and individual clients within investigations and prosecutions by the major regulators including the Serious Fraud Office, Health and Safety Executive, Environment Agency and Financial Conduct Authority.

Helen.Simm@brownejacobson.com

+44 (0)330 045 2652

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mark.daniels@brownejacobson.com

+44 (0)121 237 3993

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