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Peter Hibbert’s Electronic Evidence and E-Disclosure Handbook provides practical step-by-step guidance on how to project-manage, seek, preserve, and analyse electronic documents for legal review and offers detailed insight on compliance with CPR Part 31 in civil litigation cases in the England & Wales jurisdiction.
E-disclosure has emerged as a new and important facet of disclosure, as noted by Lord Justice Jackson in his Report on Civil Litigation Costs. It is now seen as inevitable in many cases, rather than an optional course for parties. It is therefore hugely important for judges, solicitors and counsel to have a fully detailed and up-to-date understanding of the process, the ever increasing and developing technology available and how it functions.
The author ensures that this insight is easily found in his Handbook – using reader-friendly language to explain the technology involved, starting with basic concepts and developing an understanding of some of the more advanced analytical systems. The text advises lawyers on how to communicate confidently with business clients’ IT departments, e-discovery vendors and indeed experienced judges, with a technological understanding and a vocabulary to match. The Electronic Evidence and E-Disclosure Handbook:
As Lord Justice Jackson remarked in his foreword to the Handbook: 'I anticipate that it will become the vade mecum for any lawyer conducting heavy civil litigation'.