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Amy Wilkinson

Amy Wilkinson

Senior Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English

Amy Wilkinson is a Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution Department.

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  • 2005 – LLB, University of Sheffield, Sheffield.
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June 2018
CMS Guide to Anti-Bribery and Cor­rup­tion Laws
Su­per­charged crim­in­al dis­clos­ure or­ders to ob­tain over­seas data will...
The Crime (Over­seas Pro­duc­tion Or­ders) Act 2019 re­ceived Roy­al As­sent in Feb­ru­ary 2019. Its op­er­at­ive pro­vi­sions are not yet in force, but when they are, it will en­able UK au­thor­it­ies, without hav­ing to go through the cum­ber­some mu­tu­al leg­al as­sist­ance pro­cesses.
Court of Ap­peal re­fuses lit­ig­a­tion priv­ilege for com­mer­cial set­tle­ment...
The Court of Ap­peal has provided fur­ther cla­ri­fic­a­tion re­gard­ing the scope of lit­ig­a­tion priv­ilege. In what was the first tele­vised ap­peal in the Court of Ap­peal, the court con­sidered wheth­er priv­ilege can be claimed over in­tern­al cli­ent com­mu­nic­a­tions that.
NCA res­ists first chal­lenge to Un­ex­plained Wealth Or­der
The Na­tion­al Crime Agency (“NCA”) has suc­cess­fully res­isted an ap­plic­a­tion to dis­charge the first Un­ex­plained Wealth Or­der made against “Mrs A” in Feb­ru­ary 2018 (with Mrs A be­ing iden­ti­fied as Zamira Haji­yeva, fol­low­ing a suc­cess­ful chal­lenge of her an­onym­ity.
Court rules SFO can re­quire for­eign cor­por­ates with a “suf­fi­cient...
On 6 Septem­ber 2018, the Ad­min­is­trat­ive Court re­jec­ted a ju­di­cial re­view chal­lenge brought by KBR, Inc. (a US com­pany) against the Ser­i­ous Fraud Of­fice's (SFO) de­cision to is­sue a “Sec­tion 2 no­tice” pur­su­ant to s.
Court of Ap­peal over­turns re­strict­ive in­ter­pret­a­tion of lit­ig­a­tion...
In its highly an­ti­cip­ated judg­ment re­gard­ing the scope of leg­al priv­ilege in re­la­tion to doc­u­ments cre­ated dur­ing in­tern­al in­vest­ig­a­tions, the Court of Ap­peal has ruled that com­mu­nic­a­tions between the Euras­i­an Nat­ur­al Re­sources Cor­por­a­tion (EN­RC), its em­ploy­ees.