eDiscovery, keyword searching and … Family Law?

eDiscovery, keyword searching and … Family Law?

Candice Chan-Glasgow

Director, Document Review Services

December 19, 2017


In a previous blog post “Estates in the Digital Age: Debunking E-Discovery Myths in Estate Litigation” we discussed the application of electronic evidence principles to estate litigation, and noted that electronic discovery principles are not limited to large scale commercial disputes.  A recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision demonstrates, once again, that eDiscovery spans multiple areas of law.


In Leitch v. Novac, 2017 ONSC 6888, the Applicant, Jennifer, filed an application for, amongst other things, spousal support, child support, and equalization of net family property.  The parties separated on September 29, 2012 after approximately 15 years of marriage. … Read More