- February 6, 2023
High price for lawyer found in contempt of court over “burn” instruction
The serious consequences of interfering with litigation documents were highlighted in the recent ruling concerning a senior lawyer who told a client to “burn” its secure communications system to avoid handing evidence to supermarket Ocado.
- August 17, 2022
Two steps forward, one step back? The blurred line of service via email
The last few years have seen a large emphasis on the use of technology. Businesses and law firms alike have had to adapt to meet the changing climate. An increasing number of meetings are now being held virtually, documents can easily be signed using online platforms and, most of all, emails have now become the … Continue reading Two steps forward, one step back? The blurred line of service via email →