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"Inside Dispute Resolution" Audiocast Series

March 2021

In this series of audio updates, our London disputes team of lawyers and invited guests will be exploring key developments and hot topics in English dispute resolution. Email Catherine Karia, at ckaria@cov.com, for further details or contact any member of our London team using the links below.

Episode 1: Witness Memory and Evidence (March 2021)

In this episode, Jeremy Wilson and Catherine Karia are joined by guest Dr Ula Cartwright-Finch, Managing Director at Cortex Capital, to discuss the psychological factors influencing the accuracy of witness memory. The episode explores the ways in which our memories can be distorted, and identifies some of the practical steps that can be taken to help to preserve a witness's memory during the dispute resolution process.


Episode 2: New Rules for Trial Witness Statements (March 2021)

In this episode, Louise Freeman and Eddy Eccles discuss imminent changes to the rules governing trial witness statements in English litigation. Together they assess how the changes are going to impact commercial disputes for witnesses, lawyers and the Court, and flag some of the key issues that litigants will need to consider under the new regime.


Episode 3: Privilege in the Context of Investigations

In this episode, Ian Hargreaves and Matt Beech provide an update on privilege in light of recent case law developments, and discuss strategic considerations for parties and counsel to enhance and preserve privilege in the context of investigations.

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