What is the future of litigation? How will the digital revolution affect the conduct of disputes, and what does that mean for you?
The first episode in our Future of Litigation season, "Hearings in a remote world", looks at the upsides, downsides and untapped potential of remote hearings. Together with leading barrister Anneliese Day QC, Disputes & Investigations partners Laurence Lieberman and Katie Chandler share their views on (and experiences in) the virtual courtroom, including:
Listen to Episode 1 of The Future of Litigation above, or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts or Stitcher.
The second episode in our Future of Litigation season weighs up the case for case prediction software.23 February 2021
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In the third episode in our Future of Litigation season, we're joined by Delivery Director at the Royal Courts of Justice Lisa John to explore how the courts are going digital.9 March 2021
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In the fourth episode in our Future of Litigation season, EMEA Head of Origination at Litigation Capital Management, Matthew Denney, offers his unique insights into the impact of technology on litigation funding.23 March 2021
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In the fifth episode in Sidebar's Future of Litigation season, LitiGate co-founder and CEO Nimrod Aharon offers his insights on the impact of AI on litigation.6 April 2021
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In the sixth and final episode of our Future of Litigation season, The eDisclosure Information Project's Chris Dale draws upon his specialist insight to explore what evidence looks like in the digital age.20 April 2021
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