Category Archives: Evidence

Telephone records and contempt of court for false evidence

You do not often think of prisons in connection with the evidence given in civil proceedings, so you sit up when you see a judgment which begins: The Claimant, Accident Exchange Limited (“AE”) applies to commit the Defendants to prison … Continue reading

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More evidence from the Internet of Things – this time a Fitbit

It is about two years since people started predicting that the Internet of Things would become a source of potentially discoverable evidence. At the time, Fitbits recurred as a theoretical example of a device which could yield useful material in … Continue reading

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LinkedIn entry as evidence of shadow director status

Lawyers are beginning to get the idea that the definition of a “document” in the discovery rules extends to entries on social media such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. There remains the perception, however, that these things are relevant only … Continue reading

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