The EDQ, PD31B, Jackson Reforms and the Longest Speech in Legal History – A History of Electronic Disclosure (Part Five)

By: Dr Tristan Jenkinson The Need for Change Cases such as Nichia, Digicel and Earles (Discussed in Part Four) fuelled concerns that parties were not sufficiently addressing the requirements of electronic disclosure. Some saw this to be due, in part, to the failure of parties to appreciate and utilise the newly inserted paragraph 2A within … Continue reading The EDQ, PD31B, Jackson Reforms and the Longest Speech in Legal History – A History of Electronic Disclosure (Part Five)