What you don't know may hurt you
Gerry Lagerberg and Andrew Clark look at the growing importance and complexity of gathering electronic evidence
It is easy to imagine how litigation could be won, or lost, by proving that a particular document has been altered or by being able to reveal the contents of a long-deleted e-mail. The unavailability of important documentary evidence has long caused the frustrated litigant to dispute the authenticity of a document or to raise the spectre of an allegedly ‘missing’ file.
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