The eDiscovery “passport”: the first step to succeeding in international legal disputes
Parties to US litigation are increasingly seeking discovery of electronically stored information from other litigants and third parties located in Continental Europe and the United Kingdom...
The increase in globalisation continues to erase borders throughout the world economy. Organisations now routinely conduct business in countries that were previously unknown to their industry vertical. The trend of global integration is certain to increase, with reports such as the Ernst & Young 2011 Global Economic Survey confirming that 74 per cent of companies believe that globalisation, particularly in emerging markets, is essential to their continued vitality.
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