Hardwicke is running a series of seminars about electronic disclosure. The next one is on 13 February it is called eDisclosure – preparing for the new pilot program. The speakers are Charles Raffin, co-author of Electronic Disclosure Law and Practice, and Lesley Anderson QC, a member of the disclosure working group.
They will review the proposed changes – not merely the rules but the changes in practice required under the pilot program, the revised menu of disclosure options, the handling of case management conferences, and anticipated changes to the cost budgeting regime.
I understand that the first seminar in this series was a sell-out. There is more information about this event here with instructions for registering your interest in attending.
While on the subject of the proposed new rule, I went last night to a panel session organised by ACEDS called Have your say on the proposed disclosure rule changes, at which the main speakers were people closely involved in the drafting of the new rule and the proposed pilot. A full account of that session will appear here shortly.