Can I record meetings or conversations secretly or without obtaining consent?

13 July, 2017

Recordings of things said or done by others are often used as evidence in legal disputes to help a judge determine which party’s version of events is correct.  

However, care should be taken as recording may be illegal depending on the nature of the information, and the circumstances in which it was obtained.  

Read our guidance note ‘Can I record meetings or conversations secretly or without obtaining consent?’ for more information.

For more information please contact George Fahey on +44 (0)1732 224 059 or george.fahey@cripps.co.uk.