SAR Privilege Protects U.S. Bank’s Internal Investigation Policies and Procedures - Presnell on Privileges
In a broad interpretation of the Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) privilege, a Washington state appellate court ruled that the privilege precludes disclosures of a bank’s policies and procedures for investigating suspicious activity and its specific internal investigations into wrongful conduct. Norton v. U.S. Bank Nat’l Ass’n, 324 P.3d 693 (Wash.Keep Reading this POP Post