Chan-Glasgow and Tsekhman contribute to international eDiscovery book

Chan-Glasgow and Tsekhman contribute to international eDiscovery book

We are proud to announce that two of Heuristica’s lawyers have authored contributions to a new book entitled International E-Discovery, A Global Handbook of Law and Technology.

 

Published by Globe Law and Business in association with Legalink, Candice Chan-Glasgow, Heuristica’s Director of Review Services and Ilan Tsekhman, Associate, have made contributions to the Canada chapter.

 

International E-Discovery offers a unique collection of world-wide analysis on the state of knowledge and practice in the use of digital evidence in legal and regulatory contexts.

 

Written by hands-on technologists and legal practitioners this publication surveys the very latest developments that have been achieved in the use of leading-edge technology. … Read More

“Law schools need to step up eDiscovery education” – AdvocateDaily.com

“Law schools need to step up eDiscovery education” – AdvocateDaily.com

With the digital universe expected to double in size every two years going forward, the demand for lawyers versed in the technical aspects of electronic discovery (eDiscovery) is growing rapidly, says Candice Chan-Glasgow, Director of Legal Review Services with Toronto-based Heuristica Discovery Counsel

 

But law schools are lagging behind the trend and need to do more to prepare their graduates for this expanding opportunity, she tells AdvocateDaily.com.

 

Chan-Glasgow has been practising in eDiscovery for five years, but when she went to law school from 2009 to 2012 she wasn’t even aware such a field existed as a career choice.… Read More

Group edges closer to harmonization of eDiscovery rules

Group edges closer to harmonization of eDiscovery rules

Efforts to establish harmonized civil procedure rules that govern a uniform approach to eDiscovery across Canada are underway with the Uniform Law Conference of Canada (ULCC), Toronto eDiscovery lawyer Crystal O’Donnell tells The Lawyer’s Daily.

 

The ULCC working group, which began in 2016, is drafting the proposed civil procedure rule, with the hope the rules will be implemented across all jurisdictions, says O’Donnell, founder and CEO of Heuristica Discovery Counsel.

 

“We needed a rule in Canada, and we needed harmonization because some provinces don’t have any eDiscovery rules and the ones that do are different,” she says.… Read More