Special report: E-disclosure – Trials and tribulations

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  • As a provider of eDisclosure services our very best advice is to start the eDisclosure process as early as possible. Even if mediation proceedings are run in parallel, the preparation for disclosure should not be delayed. A lot of work is required to be completed before an accurate Disclosure Report can be drafted - particularly if a budget for standard disclosure is to be an accurate one.

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  • E-disclosure generally is a progressive move forward in terms of the CPRs. Its not of course without its limitations - some times documents been to be inspected in their original physical form. However, a move toward a more comprehensive e-procedure in terms of all court process has to be supported as a necessary move toward lessening the burden on the environment that some of the more complex cases must cause. Think of the trees!

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