Data, data, data
Law In Business: The continuing use of electronic documents as evidence for lawyers and investigators has shifted the focus of public debate over disclosure of information in recent years. Michael Taylor discusses the cases that have set precedents in this fast-developing field
New technologies continue to simplify and modify the way in which we communicate, conduct business and entertain ourselves. We are surrounded by devices that allow us to access information and carry out transactions anywhere, at any time. This technology and the information it generates can provide a fertile source of evidence for lawyers and investigators.
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