The e-Disclosure Information Project is run by Chris Dale, a former commercial litigation partner turned e-Disclosure consultant. The Project aims to bring together lawyers, suppliers, courts and corporations with an interest in electronic disclosure, and to disseminate information about the court rules, the problems and the software and services available to handle them.
The e-Disclosure Information Project is pretty well a full-time occupation. It has no client and is supported by the sponsorship of the companies whose logos appear here, by fees from training and education and from related consultancy services. The main output of the Project is writing and speaking about the subject.
The purpose of the Blog is to:
- get feedback and comment on what I have said
- float other ideas to see what interests people
- solicit views and information about eDisclosure
- act as an external index to the main web site.
It would be good to hear from you with any of the following:
- Comments on litigation software which you have seen or used
- Recommendations of professional support providers
- Suggestions based on your experiences
- Arguments for or against the use of IT for Disclosure
- Comment on LiST – the Litigation Support Technology Group
- Views on other pending developments in the Rules
- Reports of court orders etc relating to Disclosure
- Information on the Courts’ treatment of eDisclosure costs
- Other topics related, however peripherally, to eDisclosure.
Comments are welcomed. They will be moderated before publication, will not necessarily be published, and may be edited. Responsibility for the accuracy of submitted material lies with the sender and I assume no responsibility in respect of it.