The future is electronic
Electronic data throws up immense problems in relation to document disclosure in court cases. Mark Humphries, Neil Mirchandani and Sanjay Bhandari assess how lawyers can harness the use of such data and how it can be used in court
The handling of electronic documents seems to be something of a taboo subject among disputes lawyers. We all know that our clients may have hundreds, if not thousands, of electronic documents relevant to a case. Similarly, we know that the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) give us little practical guidance on how to search for, disclose and inspect electronic documents.
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