AON Ltd v JLT Reinsurance Brokers Ltd, Griffin and 3 others - interim injunctions

when an application is made for an urgent interim injunction on the basis that the claimant has an arguable case (for example an application for an order, before a formal claim has been lodged, requiring a party to disclose documents) the Courts will not generally make such an order if it might result in a defendant incriminating himself.

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