Publication date: November, 2019
Document disclosure is often dominated by the enormous exercise of sifting vast quantities of electronic documents produced in the ordinary course, looking for those documents relevant to the issue in the case. That process and the associated costs of providing such disclosure are frequently critical and sensitive issues in commercial litigation both for the courts and the parties to the litigation. This webinar explains the nature and extent to which predictive coding and artificial intelligence can be used in the modern litigation world and addresses its use bearing in mind the implementation from January 2019 of the Business and Property Court disclosure pilot. It comes complete with a detailed set of notes and cases where such tools have been used to assist the disclosure process.
is a practicising solicitor, who has been granted Higher Rights of Audience for Civil and Criminal proceedings and sits as a Recorder in the Crown and County Courts. Andrew has been described by a previous delegate as an extremely erudite and knowledgeable gentleman with a sharp sense of humour. An absolute joy to learn from. Truly outstanding