Heuristica Sponsors the Ontario Digital Evidence and eDiscovery Institute

Heuristica Sponsors the Ontario Digital Evidence and eDiscovery Institute

Once again we are pleased to sponsor the Ontario Digital Evidence and eDiscovery Institute sponsored by The Ontario Bar Association, the Law Society of Ontario, and The Advocates’ Society.

 

Now in its 10th year, this full day program brings together leading experts to talk about the latest developments in eDiscovery and digital evidence.  Attendees will gain practical insight to effectively manage electronically stored information (ESI).

 

This year, in live webcast format, the faculty will focus on key areas such as eDiscovery in a virtual/remote world, the technology accelerators that are available, and the broad scope of alternative data types. … Read More

Heuristica Writes eDiscovery Series for Canada’s Construction Industry

Heuristica Writes eDiscovery Series for Canada’s Construction Industry

Heuristica is pleased to author a ten part series of articles about eDiscovery for ConstructCanada, the authoritative voice of Canada’s construction industry.

 

The articles explore practical tools and strategies to proactively manage costs and effectively navigate through the eDiscovery process for litigation, internal investigations, and regulatory matters.  The series will be published each week in both the Daily Commercial News and the Journal of Commerce.

 

The articles provide practical tips on document management, data mapping, discovery planning, custodian interviews, document processing and hosting, eDiscovery technology, and explores proposed arbitration rules and alternative dispute resolution.

 

Article One:  eDiscovery preparedness – Document Management Systems, Part 1

October 8, 2020

Candice Chan-Glasgow, Director of Review Services and Counsel

 

An initial step for any construction company looking to proactively manage costs through the eDiscovery process is to re-examine its document management system (DMS).… Read More

O’Donnell and Felsky Recognized as Leading eDiscovery Practitioners

O’Donnell and Felsky Recognized as Leading eDiscovery Practitioners

Who’s Who Legal has once again identified Crystal O’Donnell, the firm’s founder and CEO, and Martin Felsky, Senior Counsel, as leading eDiscovery practitioners in Canada in their Who’s Who Legal Canada 2020 Directory.

 

Who’s Who Legal Canada “this year recognizes 26 e-discovery practitioners who rank highly for their field-leading expertise in the identification, collation and analyses of electronic data for preparation as evidence and for their skillful development of strategies for clients”.

 

The directory says that “Crystal O’Donnell of Heuristica receives plaudits as a ‘remarkably innovative and entrepreneurial e-discovery expert'”.

 

O’Donnell and Felsky are recognized for their achievements alongside only 22 other lawyers and 2 eDiscovery experts. … Read More

Heuristica Discovery Counsel Becomes RelativityOne Silver Partner

Heuristica Discovery Counsel Becomes RelativityOne Silver Partner

Heuristica extends its commitment to RelativityOne by becoming the world’s first law firm to achieve Silver Partner status.

 

Toronto, Ontario – September 11, 2020 – Heuristica Discovery Counsel LLP, Canada’s only independent, national law firm focused on electronic discovery (eDiscovery), evidence management, and related legal services, today announced that it has become a RelativityOne Silver Partner for providing exceptional service experience to its RelativityOne end users.

 

Heuristica is in the unique position of being the only independent Canadian national law firm with a practice dedicated to electronic evidence management and is known for its innovative approach to eDiscovery.  It provides a full range of eDiscovery counsel, electronic evidence collection, hosting, review and production services. … Read More

Please vote – we’ve been nominated again!

Please vote – we’ve been nominated again!

We are pleased to announce that we have been nominated again for two Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards.

 

This year we have been nominated as the best in:

 

  • Litigation Support and E-Discovery Consultants
  • Legal Process Outsourcing / Document Review Services

This is the sixth year Canadian Lawyer has run their Readers’ Choice Awards.  The program is designed to give a voice to their readers to identify which vendors and suppliers are the best at what they do.

 

Voting is open until August 21st and winners will be unveiled in the November 20, 2020 issue of Canadian Lawyer.

 

The survey consists of 42 questions and takes no longer than 10 minutes to complete and you are not required to vote in all categories. … Read More