Monthly Archives: June 2007

The Ministry of Justice

Is it true that the judges boycotted the opening party for the new Ministry of Justice or did the MoJ just forget to tell them about it? And will anyone remember the civil courts in the excitement over prisons and … Continue reading

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Rule Committee Open Meeting

Let me confess at once that I missed the Civil Procedure Rule Committee Open Meeting on Friday, which limits somewhat my scope for writing about it. Mind you, I thought it was the Rule Committee Open Day and was quite … Continue reading

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Anacomp buys CaseLogistix

Anacomp Inc, a large US provider of document and business process management solutions, has acquired CaseLogistix, the evidence and litigation management software company from Nashville, Tennessee.

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Business and pleasure mix at Trilantic party

To Broadgate last night for Trilantic’s last Third Thursday party, although by the time I got home it felt as if it had been last Thursday’s third party. Nigel Murray’s parties tend to leave one feeling as if one has … Continue reading

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Document Retention

I have posted a new series of articles on my web site at Called The Pyramid of Preparedness, the articles look at three tiers of action which a business ought to consider, either as a potential risk – a … Continue reading

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