E-disclosure: Lay your cards on the table
Determining proportionality in litigation has long been a bit of a string-measuring exercise. However, the gap between opposing parties has become wider than ever in recent years as the move from paper to electronic business documents has resulted in an explosion of document volume involved in discovery exercises. Now, it seems, the UK courts are catching up with the issue.
Recent rulings indicate that judges are getting tougher when considering e-documentation. Mike Brown extols the virtues of getting e-disclosure tactics out in the open
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