I have reported briefly in earlier articles the round table which I moderated in Hong Kong on 13 September at which leading eDiscovery lawyers assembled at the invitation of Epiq Systems and Thomson Reuters’ Asian Legal Business to discuss the discovery in the civil courts. Celeste Kemper, Director of Epiq’s Document Review Services Asia was in the chair.
The main interest lay in plans by the Hong Kong judiciary to produce an eDiscovery practice direction based on Practice Direction 31B used in England and Wales since 2010. A consultation draft is expected before the end of 2013.
We now have a report of that round table from Asian Legal Business in an article called eDiscovery: Wheels in motion for HK which passes on the key points made by some of the those who were present. The
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