For a second year in a row we are proud to have been selected by the readers of Canadian Lawyer magazine as a leader in Legal Process Outsourcing and Document Review.
Canadian Lawyer has just announced the winners of the 5th Annual Readers’ Choice Awards which are designed to give a voice to their readers to identify which vendors and suppliers are the best at what they do.
Technological changes can have a substantial impact on business models and client expectations. Crystal will examine how technology can fundamentally disrupt traditional review and business models and, in turn, also provide opportunities for law firms and corporate legal departments.
Crystal will lead an interactive presentation and then discuss with the group:
How to reduce the cost of ediscovery and provide clients with a better work product
How new review and business models can create increasingly marketable skill sets and practice areas for paralegals
ILTA is an international volunteer-led, staff-managed association with a focus on premiership. … Read More
Technological changes can have a substantial impact on business models and client expectations. In her session, Crystal will discuss how Relativity and RelativityOne can be used to fundamentally disrupt traditional review strategies and business models—ultimately providing tremendous opportunities for law firms and corporate legal departments.
Attendees will also learn how to maintain control over one of the most important aspects of litigation and disclosure, reduce the cost of e-discovery, and provide clients with a better work product. … Read More
2018 was a huge success for the firm and to keep pace with client expectations and growth we have been busy with …
Getting more space …
We outgrew our old space so in October we moved into larger, more modern offices on Bay Street. The new space can accommodate more and larger review teams, client meeting and work spaces, and is enabled with enhanced technology rooms with state-of-the-art security. Our new address is:
Even after de-duplication and some initial culling, it’s not unusual to still be faced with a significant number of electronic records in a given litigation matter.
Tools that help lawyers to “make sense” of a plethora of data and that assist in identifying key records are thus increasingly crucial to efficient and effective eDiscovery. Fortunately, it’s possible to organize your electronic data into smaller buckets of conceptually similar documents. One of the analytic tools that makes this possible is called “concept clustering”.… Read More