The full day program offers sole, small firm and general practice firms a forum to discover the newest legal technology and innovation that is reshaping the practice of law. Attendees will learn how to incorporate these valuable legal tools into their practices to simplify their workload, maintain a competitive edge in the evolving legal landscape, and safeguard client data from hackers who are targeting law firms.
Crystal O’Donnell, Heuristica’s CEO and Senior Counsel, will participate as part of the “Access to Justice: 6 Disruptors in 60 Minutes” panel discussion. … Read More
“Applied judiciously, up-to-date technology could improve both the practice of law and the legal system as a whole. With improved efficiency and better access to justice, smaller firms can take on bigger matters without taking on more lawyers.”
Who’s Who Legal says that “in the second edition of our e-discovery chapter, 58 lawyers are recognised across the USA and Canada for their expertise in these matters including the identification, collation and analysis of electronic data for readying as evidence and developing strategies for companies and clients.”
Crystal said “this is a huge honour as only 12 lawyers in Canada were selected for inclusion. … Read More
Heuristica is pleased to announce that Duncan Fraser, CEO and Senior Counsel and Philippe Gollin, Counsel, are branching out to open a new Ottawa law firm: Noticia LLP.
Noticia will provide public and private sector organizations and law firms with services focused on information indexing, analysis and advice in risk, compliance and legal disputes. Working in cooperation with Heuristica for iterative review and managed services, Noticia will offer its clients the full spectrum of legal eDiscovery and Information Governance services.
Brian Pel, Heuristica’s COO notes, “the complementary services provided by Heuristica and Noticia will help meet the increasing demands of Canadian government departments, businesses, and law firms in dealing with the wide range of challenges relating to eDiscovery and information governance.”
With several new projects beginning in October and November 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 welcome applications from all interested individuals, however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.