Don't be court out
The modern technology available to litigation lawyers has a valuable role to play in everything, from the discovery stage to ensuring that all eyes are focused on the right areas in the courtroom, explain Steven Blair and Matthew Browndorf
From fast food to Seinfeld, we have seen the impact of North America on our lives in the UK. Even the legal professional in this country has not been immune, as evidenced by the fact that many concepts of the recent Woolf reforms of the civil court procedures were adopted from the practices and procedures of the US state and federal courts.Litigation technology is at its dawn over here and one thing is for certain, it is not going away.
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