Tag Archives: CPR

Data Tidings in blog-chats

Data is not just data anymore, its Big Data Out goes tera/petrabytes instead use ‘Big’ Big also heralds in Hadoop (& Hive & Pig etc) These ‘animals’ and their Open Source playgrounds will change EDD (Electronic Discovery & Disclosure) software/services.(for the better!) Will there be a Magic Quadrant EDD tackling Big +Cloud+ Open Source? There [...]

Practice Direction 31B – PD 31B

The 53rd update to the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) is effective from 1 October 2010 which also introduces changes to e-disclosure. Note from the justice.gov.uk site; Part 31 Disclosure and Inspection of Documents and new PD31B Disclosure of Electronic Documents A new Practice Direction is introduced to regulate the approach practitioners should take when considering [...]

Just for the record – 2nd article on the IBA Rules

The other article (which was referenced in my dissertation) was posted here under the title: WHERE NEITHER THE IBA RULES NOR U.S. LITIGATION PRINCIPLES ARE ENOUGH Just recently my friend, Martin (another ex-student of QM) pointed out another article in the International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management, Vol 74, Number 1, February 2008 [...]

a new metaphor- looking for a needle in a needle factory!

I recently contacted Mr Chris Dale asking if he knows or have come across any edisclosure case. Today he e-mailed me and said he found a case (well a pre-action disclosure case) & has posted in his blog. An interesting read. Thks Chris!. I wonder how many needle factories are out there?!

Glossary – CPR; that incorporates the 45th update

The Glossary in the justice.gov.uk site Eventually, this blog will have a Glossary page for ‘all’ terms defined in the rules, guidelines and also their usage in arbitration.