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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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Electronic Disclosure: A Casebook for Civil and Criminal Practitioners

ISBN13: 9781858116068
Published: May 2015
Publisher: PP Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £39.99

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eDisclosure is a hot topic for all practising lawyers in England and Wales. All those who run contentious business need to know how the courts are dealing with the complexities and problems that electronic disclosure throws up, and how they respond to the practical challenges discovered by firms in meeting the electronic disclosure protocol.

Although the judiciary has offered guidance on the rules relating to eDisclosure for some time, the case law suggests that many lawyers remain blissfully unaware of three important topics: eDisclosure, eEvidence and eSignatures.

This concise guide is intended as an aid to both lawyers and their technical advisers working on eDisclosure in England and Wales, and to indicate how judges have approached the issues arising in both civil and criminal proceedings

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 General principles
Chapter 3 Search orders
Chapter 4 Pre-action disclosure
Chapter 5 The duty to cooperate
Chapter 6 Proportionality
Chapter 7 Case management conference
Chapter 8 A reasonable search
Chapter 9 Metadata
Chapter 10 Keyword searches & technology assisted document review
Chapter 11 Databases
Chapter 12 Date ranges
Chapter 13 Temporary files and deleted data
Chapter 14 Failure to comply with the obligation to disclose documents
Chapter 15 Obtaining disclosure from third parties
Chapter 16 Privilege
Chapter 17 Service
Chapter 18 Criminal proceedings
Appendix: Useful Information