What you say to your lawyers is truly confidential; no-one, not even a regulator or prosecutor can see it. This is protected by the right to privacy under Article 8, and the right to a fair trial under Article 6 (which includes the right to access to ...
13 Aug 2014 | 11:26
There is an overwhelming imperative on executives who suspect corruption in their organisation to speak up, argues the SFO's Ben Morgan
13 Aug 2014 | 10:49
With the May 2015 general election looming, the battle for the future of human rights in the UK is hotting up. The Prime Minister has just sacked his longstanding Attorney General apparently because he disagreed with a mooted Tory manifesto policy whi...
05 Aug 2014 | 15:05
Dan Bunting looks at the current state of play with regards to social media and the law...
05 Aug 2014 | 14:08
These are dark days for businesses - and their lawyers - who have been working for many years to develop trade and investment flows between Russia and other countries, as Morgan Lewis Moscow chief Brian Zimbler reports
01 Aug 2014 | 11:13
An article by Susan Beck in the New York Law Journal takes a look at the role of lawyers in the events leading to BNP Paribas's $8.9bn settlement with the US Department of Justice (DoJ).
03 Jul 2014 | 10:46
The Defamation Act 2013 came into force on 1 January 2014, billed as providing enhanced protection for publishers and website operators, and with measures to curb trivial claims and 'libel tourism'. Has it been a success?
02 Jul 2014 | 16:51
Almost a year ago, I wrote about my reflections as a guest speaker at Legal Week's annual Strategic Technology Forum, held in the hills of rural Italy, around an hour from Rome. A tough job, but somebody had to do it, so I gathered my postage stamp's ...
01 Jul 2014 | 14:30
You may know Wonga from their cheery TV ads featuring knitted OAPs. Hopefully you don’t know them from borrowing money off them, given that their APR gets up to 5853%. They offer payday loans at huge interest rates. While it may not be part of their...
27 Jun 2014 | 15:30
The phone-hacking trial of originally eight and finally seven defendants finally concluded yesterday (25 June) having begun on 28 October 2013. It ended with a verdict of guilty on count 1, conspiracy to intercept voicemails, against former News of th...
26 Jun 2014 | 11:56
This Monday (16 June) was Magna Carta Day. It is now less than a year until the 800th anniversary of the sealing of England’s oldest charter of rights, and one of the world’s most influential legal documents...
18 Jun 2014 | 11:15
As the dust settles after last week's Court of Appeal decision on whether a terrorism trial can be held in secret, there continue to be more questions than answers about what we know and what we will know.
16 Jun 2014 | 14:35
With less than 36 hours to go before the FIFA World Cup's kick-off, a focus on the intellectual property (IP) related aspects of the event is in order...
11 Jun 2014 | 11:06
Neil Cameron explains why an outdated approach to IT means a waste of time for lawyers and a waste of money for clients...
04 Jun 2014 | 12:31
Dan Bunting looks at whether a 'selfie' in the voting booth could constitute a criminal offence...
23 May 2014 | 11:20