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Interview: Ed Spencer of Taylor Wessing on choosing and getting approval for the use of technology

Ed Spencer is the associate at Taylor Wessing who took the initiative in proposing the use of predictive coding in the Pyrrho case. He took part in a panel which I moderated at… 267 more words

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Winner for Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016 announced

30th November, 2016  by Lisa Aeschlimann

Swiss-Italian photographer Claudio Rasano is this year’s winner in the Taylor Wessing Prize displayed at the National Portrait Gallery. His apparently simple portrait of 18-year-old Kahtlehong Matsenen standing in front of a white background in his school uniform has convinced the jury. 233 more words

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Taylor Wessing Photographic Prize 2015: Scottish National Portrait Gallery

The prize, which began in 1993, attracted 4,929 submissions from 2,201 photographers from 70 countries. Nicholas Cullinan, director of the NPG, said: “I would like to thank the thousands of photographers who entered such a variety of impressive prints from across the globe, enabling the judges to form this compelling exhibition which is, essentially, a dynamic photographic portrait of the world today.”(1) 329 more words

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Interview: Ed Spencer of Taylor Wessing on Pyrrho and predictive coding

In this video interview, I talk with Edward Spencer, the associate at Taylor Wessing who had the conduct of the eDiscovery application in Pyrrho Investments v MWB Property… 377 more words

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Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2016

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016

Entry is now open for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016, the leading international photographic portrait competition, which celebrates and promotes the very best in contemporary portrait photography. 202 more words

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2015 – touching realism

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is the best way to sum up the year just gone, to dive into colours, eyes, smiles and tears and to deeply understand the faces and places of 2015. 956 more words

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