"England is a very popular jurisdiction for international disputes. One of the mainreasons for that is that we take a very broad approach to document disclosure. We have one of the widest approaches in the world, probably second only to the US."
On 9 September Kalita Partners held the fourth session of its Live Talks series with Hogan Lovells addressing the challenges of "Electronic evidence in courts and investigations in Russia, Ukraine and CIS-related cases"
During this session our panel discussed the following topics:
✅Collecting electronic evidence in cross-border cases: different legal cultures and types of approach.
✅Checklist when embarking on a data collection exercise. What are the risks of not having preserved documents?
✅Reviewing and producing the data: technical and human aspects.
✅How is COVID-19 affecting the collection and use of electronic evidence?
✅Managing eDiscovery cost during a case
Kalita Partners - 2020