Several members of the Heuristica Legal Team are experienced presenters and instructors in electronic discovery and law.


If you are looking for a leading eDiscovery practitioner to speak or teach at an event please email


We are pleased to offer the following 90-minute, CPD-accredited training session:



Electronic Evidence – Professional and Ethical Obligations


This education presentation provides an overview of the issues facing counsel when dealing with legal matters involving electronic evidence.  The session is comprised of a presentation and an accompanying Q & A session.


The instructor will provide an overview on the sources of law for electronic evidence, professional responsibility and ethics, and legal practice management.  The session covers how new technology and innovative methodologies can provide counsel and their clients with proportionate and defensible processes, and reduce costs and risks while increasing client value.


The session qualifies for required Law Society of Ontario continuing professional development hours, and can be accredited for professionalism hours in other jurisdictions.  We can tailor the length and content of the education presentation to meet your needs.


  • Introduction
  • Sources of Law for Electronic Evidence
    • Sedona Canada Principles
    • Provincial Rules of Civil Procedure
    • Case Law
  • Professional Responsibility & Ethics
    • Professional Competency requirements and electronic evidence
      • Rules of Professional Conduct
      • Best practice recommendations
    • Fiduciary obligations to clients regarding electronic evidence
    • Privilege and other ethical issues arising from outsourcing
  • Legal Practice Management
    • Electronic evidence management
      • Planning
      • Defensibility
      • Technology options and requirements
      • Work flows for time and cost efficiencies
      • Risk management considerations
  • Questions & Answers

Please mail for more information or to schedule this seminar.