Confidential, Private, Privileged: what's the difference and what does it mean for you and your documents?
Please join us for our privilege seminar hosted by regulatory specialists, Robert Shepherd and Sally French on Wednesday 14 November.
When a business has a problem, it generally tasks someone to do a report. But if the problem is legal, regulatory or even criminal, who gets to see that report and the underlying notes?
The English Court of Appeal considered this in SFO v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Ltd. That case concerned documents created by a company investigating a whistleblowing complaint and whether the SFO was entitled to see those documents for its own enforcement action.
How does that decision impact your regulatory and other obligations? To what extent might you protect documents produced in your internal enquiries from being used against you? Our one-off Privilege Seminar, delivered by Regulatory specialists, Partner Robert Shepherd and Senior Associate Sally French, will consider this question and more.
Through this interactive seminar you may draw upon Mourant's legal expertise and also that of the wider business community. We also welcome you to take part in the debate sharing your views through instant voting technology.
We very much hope that you can join us for this lively session. Places are limited. To RSVP, please click on the link below.