Heuristica Discovery Counsel is offering lawyers a suite of litigation software, and the tech and legal support necessary for handling electronic evidence, says Duncan Fraser, its co-CEO and senior counsel.
“As a law firm, we can support our clients not only by offering the best in document review/evidence-management services but also the software to support it,” he tells AdvocateDaily.com.
“As part of the review services we offer, we can also provide law firms with the full range of litigation support, including software training and project management.
Fraser says lawyers can’t successfully run a modern law practice dealing with litigation in a digital age without effectivetools to manage that information.… Read More
Hiring Canada’s only independent law firm providing eDiscovery services brings with it a number of unique key protections, says Toronto eDiscovery lawyer Crystal O’Donnell.
“We maintain solicitor-client privilege; we have and comply with our fiduciary obligations, and our entire team carries professional indemnity insurance,” says O’Donnell, founder and CEO of Heuristica Discovery Counsel.“
We can also provide legal opinions regarding the defensibility and proportionality of our processes,” she adds.
Working with a law firm for cutting-edge electronic document review and research services for Canadian proceedings can also be cost effective, says O’Donnell.
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.