How's The Disclosure Pilot Working So Far? 4 Attys Weigh In

By Paige Long (March 3, 2020, 7:42 PM GMT) -- The judiciary is still weighing what final form its disclosure pilot program to reform evidence production in the U.K.'s commercial courts will take. In the meantime, Law360 spoke to lawyers about how the pilot has been working in practice. Here's what they had to say.

Ben Sigler, partner at Stephenson Harwood, on the costs of the changes

"The idea behind the pilot was to reduce the overall costs of disclosure, but I have some doubt as to whether it will actually achieve that in many cases. Instead, there has been front-loading for some of those costs, which may not be a...

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