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This month we are looking at electronic
working, which is something very much at the forefront at the moment given the introduction of an e-filing pilot scheme in Rolls Building Courts and the implementation of the revised provisions under CPR PD 5B. These recent developments are the
result of a long-standing recognition that an effective IT system in the courts is essential for cases to be processed efficiently and expediently.
Our email to subscribers contains access to our free Practice Note Electronic filing and communications which considers e-working, both in terms of how it has developed and by reference to the various circumstances in which it can apply
as well as some practical guidance in relation to e-working and various courts.
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