ENRC Has Lost Privilege Over Graft Reports, SFO Says

By Christopher Crosby (September 30, 2021, 3:06 PM BST) -- ENRC cannot prevent the Serious Fraud Office from using formerly confidential reports that detail suspected corruption if it ever brings criminal charges against the Kazakh mining giant, counsel for the agency told a London court on Thursday.

A lawyer for the SFO has said in the closing stages of the High Court trial that ENRC cannot bar the agency from relying on confidential documents in litigation in the future. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) Simon Colton, the SFO's counsel, said in the closing stages of the High Court trial that, after months of openly discussing what were confidential and privileged reports into allegations...

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