0370 270 6000

already registered?

Please sign in with your existing account details.

need to register?

Register to access exclusive content, sign up to receive our updates and personalise your experience on brownejacobson.com.

Privacy statement - Terms and conditions

hear from Mark Daniels and Helen Simm on privileged communications

7 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.

focus on...

Heat Networks - navigating the legal issues | Browne Jacobson LLP

Public and private bodies throughout the country are exploring their options for developing new networks and expanding existing networks, both with and without central government support.

View

Legal updates

public matters - October 2019

This month includes government outsourcing, amending contracts, land registration 2025 target for public sector, inquests, and public procurement with SMEs, Brexit and the mafia.

View

Upcoming webinars

SMCR - making it work for your business

In this webinar we will explain the practical steps that firms should take in order to be compliant with SMCR from 9 December 2019.

View

Legal updates

Foster carers are not ‘workers’ according to the Employment Tribunal

For anyone who has followed the evolving case law in the social care sector, this title is likely to raise some questions. Most notably, “What about the decision in Armes?”

View

The opinions expressed on this video are provided for the purposes of general interest and information and should not be relied upon. They contain only summaries of aspects of the subject matter at the time of publishing and do not provide comprehensive statements of the law. They do not constitute legal advice and do not provide a substitute for it. So why not talk to us and seek advice that's tailored to you? You can look up one of our experts on this website or call on 0370 270 6000.

mailing list sign up



Select which mailings you would like to receive from us.

Sign up