HP Can't Give UK Docs To FBI In Fraud Case, Judge Rules
Law360, London (February 12, 2019, 10:51 PM GMT) -- A British judge on Tuesday rebuffed a request from three HP units that they be allowed to give the FBI documents they obtained through discovery in their accounting fraud case against former Autonomy Corp. CEO Michael Lynch in London, saying he wasn’t convinced they must produce the evidence under a U.S. subpoena.
In his Tuesday ruling, Judge Robert Hildyard dismissed the application from the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. units to provide the U.S. law enforcement agency with witness statements from the U.K. proceedings along with copies of documents provided by Lynch and Autonomy’s former chief financial officer, Sushovan Hussain.
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