The firm is looking to add several contract eDiscovery Review Counsel to its roster and offers competitive compensation.
Successful candidates must have post call litigation experience and have an interest in electronic discovery. Prior Relativity experience would be an asset. Strong analytical and drafting skills are also required. All applicants must be called to the Bar in Ontario and carry LawPro insurance.
We currently have a need for Review Counsel fluent in Italian.
We welcome applications from all interested individuals, however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Organized by the Privacy and Access Council of Canada (PACC) the 2017 Annual Congress is entitled “A World of Change“. The three-day event running April 5th to 7th provides attendees an opportunity to explore leading issues at the crossroads of privacy, access, security, law and technology and to network with peers and colleagues from industry and government.
It was seven years ago when Crystal O’Donnell began to really understand the capabilities and potential of electronic discovery technology, and she was agog.
“My first thought was, ‘Holy smokes, if you can actually teach lawyers to embrace this technology, you’re going to revolutionize how we do this,’” the Toronto eDiscovery lawyer tells AdvocateDaily.com.
TORONTO – March 7, 2017 – Heuristica Discovery Counsel is pleased to announce that Duncan Fraser has joined the firm as Co-CEO and Senior Counsel, and will be opening the firm’s Ottawa office.
One of Canada’s leading eDiscovery lawyers, Duncan will advise Heuristica’s clients on all stages of the eDiscovery process, information governance and privacy law.
Crystal O’Donnell, Founder and Co-CEO, says “Duncan brings a wealth of expertise to Heuristica and will help drive the firm’s strategic development and expansion.” He has over 20 years of legal experience, including substantial litigation experience in fraud, aboriginal, environmental and injunctive matters.… Read More
Chaired by James T. Swanson, the conference is intended to investigate currently available and imminent future technology. Crystal will speak on the growing importance of electronic discovery with a focus on proportionality, planning considerations, and how the appropriate use of technology promotes proportionality while improving efficiency and accuracy.
The full conference program includes sessions on:
e-Discovery and Litigation Management
Remote Workplaces, Virtual Law Firms, and the Technology-Augmented Lawyer
Technology for Sole Practitioners and Small Firms
Project Management for Lawyers
Courtroom Technology; and
A View of the Near Future
The program is targeted to all levels of practitioners, in all areas of law, who are interested in learning about technology and its implications in a legal setting. … Read More