The legal world’s reliance on technology has created incredible efficiencies and as a result, personal and confidential information (“PCI”) is more readily available and at greater risk of being compromised. Law firms and legal service providers are targets by hackers and data thieves.
Law firms and legal service providers have heightened responsibilities to protect the information entrusted to them. They are subject to the same federal and provincial statutory regulations regarding data privacy and data security as other business entities but are also subject to professional ethics rules regarding technological competence and client confidentiality.… Read More
This year the Society’s marquee conference is being held November 6th to 10th at the Rosewood Baha Mar in The Bahamas where attendees will enjoy collegiality and thought provoking CPD in an incredible setting. As they say, “It’s always better in the The Bahamas“.
As always, Fall Convention will offer an exceptional CPD program with sessions such as:
A Lightning Round of Cases on the Cutting Edge
A Conversation with the Judiciary … The Judiciary in Progress
Connecting to Achieve Change
The Paperless Office
Additional highlights include discussions on “The Impact of Hurricane Dorian: A Discussion of Relief Efforts” and “Junkanoo: An Act of Advocacy” as well as a Keynote Address by Dr.… Read More
We are pleased to announce that Martin Felsky has joined the firm as Senior Counsel.
For over 30 years Martin has been sought out as a technology transformation advisor to law firms, governments, courts and corporations around the world. Martin is so well known for his work that the International Who’s Who Legal Directory has referred to him as “the Dean of eDiscovery lawyers in Canada” on more than one occasion.
Martin is perhaps the most experienced eDiscovery lawyer in Canada and was involved in drafting the Ontario eDiscovery Guidelines, the Sedona Canada Principles, and is currently active on the Ontario Digital Evidence and eDiscovery Working Group and The Sedona Conference Canada Working Group 7. … Read More