- In brief: Disclosure of documents in further proceedings is collateral ‘use’ (Tchenguiz v Grant Thornton)
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- What should Dispute Resolution lawyers take note of?
- What was this case about?
- What did the court decide?
- Case details
Dispute Resolution analysis: Notwithstanding a party’s duty of disclosure, permission is still required to review, list, and inform the other party of documents and witness statements which are in possession of the party as a result of their having been disclosed in previous proceedings under Rules 31.22 and 32.12 of the CPR respectively. Jonathan Gale of St Philips Chambers examines the decision in Tchenguiz v Grant Thornton.
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