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Video Conferencing in relation to the Technology and Construction Court

In appropriate cases, particularly where there are important matters in dispute and the parties’ representatives are a long distance from one another and/or the court, the hearing may be conducted by way of a Video Conference (“Video Conference”). Prior arrangements will be necessary for any such hearing. In London, a Video Conference can be arranged through the Video Conference facilities in the Rolls Building, but there is significant demand for these, so parties must notify the Technology and Construction Court well ahead In some cases, it may be possible to use Skype or other commercially viable software as a suitable alternative to Video Conference facilities (but the parties must bear in mind that such software usually only provides an insecure link, and it will be essential in any event to ensure that all of the parties and the judge in question have access to the software and a relevant account). Outside London, a Video Conference can be arranged at the following Technology and Construction Court courts with the requisite facilities: Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Central London, Chester, Exeter, Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Nottingham, Manchester and Winchester.



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