Tag Results

High Court rejects non-party litigation privilege claim

An attempt to claim litigation privilege by global mining and commodities giant Glencore, in a case where it was not the party to proceedings, has been rejected by the High Court. It said there was no authority for the proposition that “a person controlling litigation can assert litigation privilege against a party which it is controlling and who is the party to the proceedings”.

February 27th, 2018 | No Comments »

High Court: no litigation privilege for recordings of meetings where witnesses “deliberately deceived”

A Manchester-based property developer cannot claim litigation privilege for secret recordings of meetings where witnesses were “deliberately deceived”, the High Court has ruled.

December 8th, 2015 | No Comments »