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English Courts Tackle The Digital Age With Disclosure Pilot

By Paige Long (March 3, 2020, 7:38 PM GMT) -- A year after English business courts began testing a new way of handling the discovery process through a disclosure pilot, attorneys have seen significant changes in how they prepare for a case — not to mention new training needs.

The English judiciary will need to weigh how how its roll-out has been received by the commercial litigators using it. (AP) As the judiciary weighs what the final rules will look like, Law360 looks at the goals of the pilot and how its roll-out has been received by the commercial litigators using it.

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