Dispute Resolution: The paperless trail
The disclosure of data stored electronically in court proceedings is an increasingly problematic area for some parties in litigation. Sanjay Bhandari looks at the issues clients must consider in their e-document management to avoid falling foul of the law
Normally, I am deeply suspicious of anyone who quotes Winston Churchill. However, Churchill aptly once said that “true genius resides in the capacity for evaluation of uncertain, hazardous and conflicting information”.
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