n Without Prejudice - Computer generated evidence : litigation




In a time of modern technology most business operations rely on computer systems and e-mail to store, capture, construct and correspond its work product. As efficient as this may be, when disputes arise or a business finds itself having to provide evidence of its work product, how do computer generated documents stand up as evidence in legal proceedings and which officer of the business should be called to give evidence of their authenticity?


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