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The New Practice Direction and eDisclosure

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Clearwell has released a white paper co-written with Chris Dale of the e-Disclosure Information Project.  This first in a series of white papers entitled ‘The New Practice Direction and e-Disclosure – Best Practices for Complying Proportionately’ covers developments in the management of electronic disclosure in the courts of England and Wales. As detailed in the …Read More

17th December 2010 | Posted in eDisclosure by

Prepared for the snow? Prepared for an incident involving electronic information?

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In these snowy conditions that we are currently experiencing in the UK, we have all been very conscious of ensuring our cars are winter ready in preparation for getting stuck in a snow drift – boots, blankets, torch, spade….but are we so prepared in our organisations in the event of a incident involving electronic information …Read More

3rd December 2010 | Posted in Computer Forensics, Digital Forensics, Forensic Readiness Planning by

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