Increasing regulation of industry, together with businesses’ growing reliance upon digital devices which enable and record oral communication has combined to create data search and review requirements which cannot easily be satisfied by means of traditional technologies and techniques. Audio evidence, like documentary evidence, can be pivotal to a legal case and a failure to deal with this evidence effectively and efficiently can leave businesses open to judicial criticism, damaging publicity and searing fines from regulators.
by Adrian White* The full scope and complexity of an eDisclosure exercise often only becomes apparent much later in proceedings, and usually only after the exercise has already begun. As a result, assessing the costs of eDisclosure are not often considered until relatively late in proceedings. From April, Civil Procedure Rule CPR 31.5A will augment […]