Candice Chan-Glasgow Elected Secretary of E-Discovery Implementation Committee

Candice Chan-Glasgow Elected Secretary of E-Discovery Implementation Committee

We’re thrilled to congratulate Candice on being elected Secretary of the Ontario e-Discovery Implementation Committee (EIC).   Candice is Heuristica’s Director of Legal Review Services and leads our team of document review counsel.   The Ontario E-Discovery Implementation Committee (EIC) is a committee of lawyers, judges, and legal technologists with a mandate of recommending, promoting, and implementing thought leadership, best practices, and law reform with respect to information management, discovery, litigation support, and paperless proceedings.   For more information about the EIC please visit their web site here.    

Successfully Managing eDiscovery: What In-house Counsel Need to Know

Successfully Managing eDiscovery:  What In-house Counsel Need to Know

We’re pleased to sponsor and present the CBA/CCCA webinar “Successfully Managing eDiscovery:  What In-house Counsel Need to Know” on November 22, 2017 from 12:00 to 1:30 ET.   The webinar will provide in-house counsel with an understanding of how to successfully manage eDiscovery in a cost-effective manner.   Topics to be covered include best practices and legal obligations, key functionality to consider in choosing an eDiscovery review platform, defensible eDiscovery processes and innovative review methodologies.   The speakers include:   Crystal O’Donnell, CEO and Senior Counsel, Heuristica Discovery Counsel Sharon Redding, Senior Specialist, eDiscovery, BCE Inc. Justin DeMerchant, Contracts Administration Director,

Heuristica to Speak at OBA TECHxpo

Heuristica to Speak at OBA TECHxpo

Heuristica is pleased to speak at the upcoming annual OBA TECHxpo 2017 “Your Practice … Connected” in Toronto.   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

Outdated technology bad for your client, firm and the law

Outdated technology bad for your client, firm and the law

In a recent article written by Luigi Benetton for The Lawyer’s Daily Heurisitca CEO Crystal O’Donnell was quoted as saying …   “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.”   Visit Luigi’s web site to read the full article.