I gave a talk in Manchester last year in the company of Terry Harrison of Hobs Legal Docs. Our subject then was the pending Jackson reforms, and we got a good audience both for the seminar and for a rather good post-event gathering in a nearby pub.
Jackson is now with us, and a repeat visit is in order. I am presenting a talk on the eDisclosure aspects of Jackson in conjunction with Hobs Legal Docs and The Royal Bank of Scotland on 11 April at 6.00pm for 6.30pm at the RBS offices at 1 Spinningfields Square, Manchester M3 3AP.
Apart from a summary of the rules themselves – some of which have been obscured by the appallingly inept roll-out of the final version – the themes will be two-fold: the tools and techniques which will be needed to face the new regime, and the benefits which will ensue for those who get on top of the subject and in a practical way.