Editorial

Jarndyce case-managed

A digest of an edition of Bleak House updated to take account of modern developments and reforms and to convey the impression that everything in the legal garden is rosy, the fog having been quite swept away. Edited by Richard Harrison

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E-mail and the Legal Profession

Lee Harris of DeltaSeal Software looks at encryption and e-mail control and gives a positive view on the value of e-mail.

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Electronic Signatures – much ado?

Nigel Miller explains the latest development on e-signatures and the significance of CSP’s. This article first appeared in the Solicitors Journal.

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Naomi Campbell: drugs, distress and the Data Protection Act

In the first case of its kind, Naomi Campbell successfully sued Mirror Group Newspapers for damage and distress caused by breach of the Data Protection Act 1998. Partner Nigel Wildish and assistant Marcus Turle of City law firm Field Fisher Waterhouse discuss the case and the legal implications of which online publishers should be aware.

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Electronic Data Exchange for Real Estate

With HM Land Registry’s consultation now underway, no one denies that the property industry is facing a period of unprecedented change. Catherine Williams, newly appointed Technical Manager of PISCES, explains how the property-focused electronic data exchange standard is ideally placed to lead the way.

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E-government

Rosemary Mulley provides an introduction to the main issues surrounding e-government – modernisation and electronic delivery of all public services by 2005. She makes it clear that e-Government is about transformation, not computers and hints at the special legal issues which may arise.

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Spam Solution?

Do you suffer from more spam than John Cleese at a Monty Python Convention? W K Hon has found a product which might help.

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Backbytes

Richard Harrison rolls around, fails to grasp XML and lusts after Jordana.

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