Áine Kervick is an associate in the criminal litigation team and acts on a wide range of white collar and general criminal cases. She joined Kingsley Napley in 2014 and qualified as a solicitor in 2016.
She currently acts for suspects and witnesses in respect of investigations brought by the SFO, CMA and DoJ in relation to bribery and corruption and cartel investigations. She was part of the team working on the LIBOR II trial which involved allegations of a conspiracy to manipulate the LIBOR rate in which the client was acquitted after a trial lasting nearly 4 months.
Áine has a particular interest in the international dimension of criminal cases and advises individuals in respect of extradition requests. She is also experienced in acting for individuals in internal investigations with a focus on legal professional privilege in criminal investigations.
This Practice Note explains the issues relating to legal professional privilege which arise in cross-border criminal investigations and the practical steps which should be taken to protect legal professional privilege.
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