Bodies representing lawyers complained that the anti-money laundering Directive infringed their capacity to provide confidential advice to their clients, in turn infringing their right to a fair trial.
Held: The complaint failed. Insofar as the complaint was restricted to interference with a fair trial, the Directive provided that advice given in the course of proceedings before a court were exempt. The directive applied to matters outside court proceedings, where there was no fair trial to interfere with.
Times 02-Jul-2007, C-305/05,  All ER (EC) 953,  WTLR 1059,  CEC 124,  3 CMLR 28,  ECR I-5305, ECLI:EU:C:2007:383,  Lloyd’s Rep FC 1
European Charter of Fundamental Rights
Cited – In Re N (Children) SC 13-Apr-2016
The Court considered whether the future of two little girls, aged four and two years, should be decided by the courts of this country or by the authorities in Hungary. Both children were born in England and lived all their lives here. But their . .
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Updated: 03 February 2021; Ref: scu.254430