Predictive coding and e-disclosure have featured prominently this last week following the recent High Court decision of Pyrrho Investments Ltd v MWB Property Ltd & Ors  EWHC 256 (Ch). If you are looking for a summary of this area of law and analysis of the surrounding technology, let us help you decipher it all.
The High Court recently dealt with the issue of predictive coding used in e-disclosure. We explain the use of predictive coding in this case and considers how it may affect future litigation.
Dominic Tucker, Senior Consultant at Anexsys Ltd, considers cross-border eDisclosure and personal data in the light of Schrems, which invalidated the Safe Harbour framework.
Dominic Tucker, Senior Consultant at Anexsys Ltd, considers how technology can assist and improve the disclosure process, where previously keyword searching and linear review was adopted as the default approach.
The extent of Computer Assisted Review (CAR), sometimes referred to as Technology Assisted Review (TAR), use is discussed by Andrew Haslam, an independent eDisclosure consultant and founder of Allvision Computing, following his survey of 42 organisations in England and Wales offering the capability of CAR to law firms.
The consortium responsible for the TCC eDisclosure protocol has just released a revised version with accompanying (extensively enhanced) guidelines, intended to be a “best practice” approach to the thorny and difficult issue of electronic disclosure in the Jackson era of civil procedure. Andrew Haslam sets out some of the revisions to the protocol.
The Technology and Construction court eDisclosure protocol has now been in place for 12 months. Andrew Haslam looks at what has been achieved over the last 12 months of the protocol and then, what is planned for the forthcoming year.