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Disclosure
Disclosure
5th Edition
Series:  Litigation Library
Practice Area:  Litigation
ISBN:  9780414059313
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  13 Dec 2016
Format:  Hardback
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An updated, detailed and authoritative analysis of the law relating to disclosure in civil proceedings.

The rules dealing with disclosure are notoriously tricky. This book provides an authoritative and detailed analysis, examining both substantive law and procedure, discussing the “who, what, how and when” of disclosure obligations and explaining the implications of non-compliance.

The new 5th edition of Disclosure by authors Paul Matthews and Hodge Malek QC provides up to date and accurate guidance on the law, legal principles and disclosure-related procedure -- the answers you need at your fingertips.

The new fifth edition brings this leading text up to date in particular in relation to:

•    Norwich Pharmacal and other pre-action disclosure;
•    the 2013 Jackson CPR reforms;
•    electronic disclosure;
•    inspection of documents;
•    legal professional privilege;
•    without prejudice privilege;
•    collateral use;
•    failure to comply (including the impact of the Denton v White caselaw)

CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

Paul Matthews, B.C.L. (Oxon), LL.D. (Lond.) is a Solicitor Advocate (Higher Courts: Civil) at Withers LLP and is HM Senior Coroner for the City of London. He is also a part-time Professor at Kings College, London, a county court recorder and a deputy chancery master. He has written for Sweet and Maxwell for many years in both Jervis on Coroners and Matthews and Malek on Disclosure.

Hodge M Malek QC is a Barrister with 39 Essex Chambers, specialising in commercial dispute resolution, international law and regulatory and disciplinary law. He is Chairman of the Competition Appeal Tribunal.

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