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Neil Cameron on Casey Flaherty: can most lawyers use their law firm’s expensive IT properly?

Neil Cameron has been writing about lawyers and technology for ever where “for ever” means “even longer than I have”. When I first started getting into the subject in the ’90s, Neil Cameron was already there, writing articles and giving talks which covered everything from infrastructure and applications to law firm IT strategy. 574 more words

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Justice takes a bashing but litigation work goes on

To say, as I did in a recent article, that that “civil justice in the UK has plunged off a cliff” is not the same as saying that civil disputes are in decline. 3,194 more words

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Survey on the implementation of the CPR as it affects disclosure

Barrister Clive Freedman was, as I was, a member of Senior Master Whitaker’s Working Party which drafted the eDisclosure Practice Direction 31B and the Electronic Documents Questionnaire. 73 more words

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The Commercial Litigation Association of Ireland launches a Good Practice Discovery Guide

As will be clear from other references on this site, I am interested in developments in discovery practice in any jurisdiction for which eDiscovery is required by the rules of local civil procedure. 148 more words

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Nigel Murray gets hip – and rides again for Help for Heroes

eDiscovery and data privacy consultant Nigel Murray is again cycling across northern France on the Big Battlefield Bike Ride between 1 and 8 June in support of… 159 more words

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Kennedys seminar on 12th March in Birmingham - Surviving Jackson: one year on

Solicitors Kennedy’s gave a seminar this week with the title Surviving Jackson. Many of the points made in it were live-tweeted and the tweets have been collected here… 148 more words

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