The United Kingdom’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has obtained a ruling that it can breach attorney-client privilege to see materials gathered as part of a company’s internal investigation of possible wrongdoing, according to the Financial Times.

England’s High Court of Justice in London ruled on May 8 that the mining group Eurasian Natural Resources Corp. (ENRC) must turn over evidence gathered in an internal probe of corruption allegations to the SFO’s criminal investigators.

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