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we caught up with Helen Simm on legal privilege and internal investigations

16 April 2019

Helen Simm, criminal compliance and regulatory lawyer, discusses legal professional privilege, concentrating on how this applies in practice and how it has been approached in some key cases in the Court of Appeal.

Helen also focuses on internal investigations and some practical measures that lawyers can take to ensure that the documents that they prepare are protected by privilege. 

 Watch our highlight video to hear Helen’s practical takeaways from the session.


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Helen Simm

Helen Simm

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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.

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