Exec In LC&F Scandal Looks To Block Access To Private Docs

Law360, London (November 13, 2019, 5:18 PM GMT) -- An executive at one of the main companies that borrowed money from London Capital & Finance, the failed minibond provider facing a criminal probe, took the investment firm’s administrators to court Wednesday in an effort to block their access to confidential documents.

Simon Hume-Kendall, who founded LC&F and whose business London Oil & Gas Ltd. received LC&F money, applied alongside his wife for an urgent injunction at the High Court in London to prevent administrators from both businesses viewing files he claims are private and bound by legal privilege, which protects communications between law firms and their clients.

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