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Success in the High Court

6th June 2013

Matthew Jenkins, in acting for a Defendant in connection with a €100m alleged fraud, has made a successful application for disclosure of documents in reliance on the fraud exception to Legal Professional Privilege (Group Seven Limited v Allied Investment Corporation Limited & Ors [2013] EWHC 1423 (Ch)) and has successfully resisted a committal application relating to an alleged breach of a freezing injunction (Group Seven Limited v Allied Investment Corporation Limited & Ors [2013] EWHC 1509 (Ch)). Hughmans are regularly instructed in relation to the most serious and complex fraud work, in both civil and criminal proceedings.

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