by Michael Wheater and Charles Raffin
Electronic Disclosure Law & Practice is published by OUP. It is written by Michael Wheater and Charles Raffin of Hardwicke with contributions from others at Hardwicke (Jack Dillon and Emma Hynes) as well as Charles Thompson.
The most detailed work available on the law relating to eDisclosure, the book not only contains a comprehensive explanation of the terms used in eDisclosure but also guides practitioners through each step of the eDisclosure process, from the initial identification and preservation of information through to its presentation in court.
In her foreword, Lady Justice Gloster described the book as “a blueprint for the disclosure process” which “deserves to be widely read as a standard text on the subject”.
This book is intended to be the “bible” on e-disclosure for litigators and tribunals, covering:
Part I: Introduction
- The Nature and Types of Electronically Stored Information
Part II: The Law of E-Disclosure
- Principles of Disclosure
- E-Disclosure in Litigation
- Objections to Disclosure and Inspection
- Disclosure Applications
- Cross-Border Issues in EDisclosure
- EDisclosure in Domestic and International Arbitration
Part III: E-Disclosure in Practice
- Identification and Preservation of Electronic Information
- Collection of Electronic Information
- Predictive Coding
- Review and Analysis
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