Monthly Archives: July 2008

Waltzing off to Australia

I have for some time been mentioning Australia as the jurisdiction to watch for developments in court rules and procedures relating to case management and, in particular, the handling of electronic documents. They warrant a closer look on my part, … Continue reading

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Aikens and Jackson go to the Court of Appeal

Two of the new appointments to the Court of Appeal attract my attention for different reasons. Sir Richard Aikens was one of those responsible for the Commercial Court Recommendations, and I used to instruct Sir Rupert Jackson when he was … Continue reading

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Trilantic welcomed as Project sponsors

A warm welcome to Trilantic as the latest addition to the sponsors of the e-Disclosure Information Project. Trilantic is a legal support company focused on electronic Disclosure services, delivering a wide range of solutions to lawyers and others. The purpose … Continue reading

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OutIndex supports child healthcare

Law firms have long been involved in pro bono work, applying their skills and their resources towards helping those who are not fortunate enough to be able to afford their services. I have not hitherto come across the same idea … Continue reading

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Meeting people is right

Before you entrust your clients’ disclosure documents to a litigation support provider, it is worth getting to know a few, and that means real human contact, not just reading up about them. Meetings do not have to involve sitting round … Continue reading

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Autonomy hosts Legal Forum in Washington

I am just back from a Legal Forum hosted by Autonomy in Washington DC. Autonomy specialise in enterprise search and Meaning Based Computing. Their acquisition of ZANTAZ 12 months ago brought them into the e-mail archiving arena and expanded their … Continue reading

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Catching up will have to wait

I had hoped by now to have written up the talks which HHJ Simon Brown QC and I gave to two groups of judges in the last two weeks, but time is against me and a short summary will have … Continue reading

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Affordable electronic disclosure pricing

I wrote last week applauding an e-disclosure services company which had launched an electronic disclosure service at a relatively low fixed price per Gb (see e-Disclosure pricing not just for large matters). It appeared that they had told everyone but … Continue reading

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eDisclosure Pricing – not just for large matters

This site aims both to influence the way in which e-disclosure services and solutions are provided and to report on developments. One of my reiterated observations is that suppliers of e-disclosure services find it difficult to get across the fact … Continue reading

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A US view on UK electronic disclosure

Although the conferences referred to here were both in London, they were not specifically about electronic disclosure in the UK. There was plenty, though, to interest those on both sides of the Atlantic, not least the possibility that part of … Continue reading

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