Heuristica to present at Canadian Corporate Counsel Association Conference

Heuristica to present at Canadian Corporate Counsel Association Conference

We are pleased to present at and sponsor the 2022 CCCA “Deconstructed” Conference being held virtually May 3rd to 19th.  

 

The CCCA has designed a “deconstructed” virtual national conference throughout May to fit into attendees’ schedules.  Registrants create their own experience by attending one, a few, or all the presentations, workshops and panels from May 3 to 19.

 

Heuristica is pleased to sponsor the following workshop on Tuesday, May 10th from noon to 1 pm:

 

Minimizing Cost and Risk Associated with Electronic Evidence / Information Disclosure  

 

Virtually all corporate information and documents are electronic in origin now. As the volume and types of data continue to grow, the risks and costs associated with electronic evidence disclosure for various purposes are increasing.… Read More

Chan-Glasgow Moderates Panel at Ontario Digital Evidence & eDiscovery Institute

Chan-Glasgow Moderates Panel at Ontario Digital Evidence & eDiscovery Institute

Candice Chan-Glasgow, Director, Review Services and Counsel, will moderate a panel at the upcoming Ontario Digital Evidence and eDiscovery Institute webcast in Toronto on November 22nd. 

 

Now in its 11th year, this program is jointly sponsored by the Ontario Bar Association, the Law Society of Ontario and The Advocates’ Society.  Bringing together leading experts to get attendees up to speed on the latest developments in eDiscovery and digital evidence this year’s program will focus on a case study involving a litigation matter between an individual litigant and a large corporation.

 

The stellar faculty will share perspectives of both sides to the litigation and highlight the key issues and challenges that the litigants will face as they navigate the eDiscovery process. … Read More

EDRM Appoints O’Donnell to 2021/22 Global Advisory Council

EDRM Appoints O’Donnell to 2021/22 Global Advisory Council

The Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) has once again appointed Crystal O’Donnell, the firm’s Founder and CEO, to its Global Advisory Council.

 

The EDRM empowers global leaders of eDiscovery and creates practical global resources to improve eDiscovery, privacy, security, and information governance.

 

Since 2005, EDRM has delivered leadership, standards, tools, guides, and test data-sets to strengthen best practices throughout the world.  It has an international presence in 113 countries, spanning 6 continents, and provides an innovative support infrastructure for individuals, law firms, corporations, and government organizations seeking to improve the practice and provision of data and legal discovery.

 

The non-governing EDRM global advisory council is composed of contributors, lawyers, judges, in-house counsel, and other legal professionals to help guide the organization?s… Read More

Chan-Glasgow contributes to international eDiscovery book

Chan-Glasgow contributes to international eDiscovery book

Candice Chan-Glasgow, Director, Review Services and Counsel, has contributed to the Canada chapter of the 2nd edition of International E-Discovery, A Global Handbook of Law and Technology.

 

Published by Globe Law and Business in association with Legalink, the second edition of International E-Discovery, provides an analysis from across the globe of the different approaches to, and cutting-edge techniques in the use of, digital evidence in legal and regulatory contexts.

 

Leading technology specialists and legal practitioners in different jurisdictions come together to explain the latest developments in how digital evidence is collected, interrogated and deployed in response to legal proceedings, regulatory investigations, and in order to comply with organizational requirements.… Read More

Avoid Motion Delays with Heuristica’s Discovery ADR Service

Avoid Motion Delays with Heuristica’s Discovery ADR Service

Heuristica’s Discovery ADR Service, provided by knowledgeable and experienced counsel, is a time and cost-effective way to deal with eDiscovery and electronic evidence disputes.

 

As you know, substantive issues can easily get bogged down in skirmishes about pre-trial discovery.  You’ve likely experienced parties who act unilaterally to limit the scope of data preservation, refuse to engage in discussions toward a discovery plan, or refuse to exchange productions in a usable format.  Some of these tactics can be part of a broader scheme to delay proceedings or game the rules to advantage.  However, whatever the reason, pre-trial discovery issues are often complicated by technical issues that are unfamiliar to counsel, such as forensic capture, metadata extraction, or structured load files.… Read More