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FOCUS: There is little recent Scottish authority on the application of the 'best evidence' rule in the digital age, but a recent Court of Session decision gives a strong indication that the courts are not softening their stance. 08 Jul 2016
The High Court has backed the use of predictive coding in a litigation disclosure exercise, in what is being reported as the first use of the technology without the consent of all parties. 25 May 2016
Given the speed with which stolen assets can be transferred through the global banking system, time is of the essence if you are to successfully recover money stolen by a rogue employee through fraud.
This guide was last updated in April 2013.
A Swiss businessman who "knowingly and deliberately" breached a worldwide freezing order (WFO) has been jailed for 10 months, showing that the English courts will not take any breach of the terms of such an order "lightly", an expert has said. 13 Apr 2016
A UK court has approved for the first time the use of predictive coding as a basis for determining which electronic documents are relevant to a dispute. 18 Feb 2016
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