Tribunal Discovery

Posted in : Templates & Checklists NI on 23 September 2014
Gareth Walls
A&L Goodbody LLP
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The importance of being able to show contemporaneous documentation that either supports your case or undermines the other side's case in a Tribunal cannot be overstated.

One of the early steps that the parties must carry out in a Tribunal case is "Discovery". The process of discovery involves producing a list of all documents that are in the parties possession or control that are relevant to the issues that the Tribunal will need to consider to determine the case.

Documents are not limited to paper, but can include anything on which information can be stored or recorded. Consequently documents created on computer must be included, as well as video or tape recordings, emails, text messages,

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Gareth Walls
A&L Goodbody LLP

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