Chan-Glasgow to present on predictive coding and eDiscovery
Candice Chan-Glasgow, Director of Legal Review Services with Toronto-based Heuristica Discovery Counsel, will share her insights on predictive coding and eDiscovery at an upcoming Ontario Bar Association (OBA) event.
The professional development program entitled "Forge a Better Union: Strategies for Optimizing Coordination Between In-House and Litigation Counsel," will explore the need for a new paradigm in the relationship as in-house counsel wrestle to do more with less and litigating becomes increasingly complex in the electronic age.
Chan-Glasgow will also share her experience and insights on predictive coding and eDiscovery including recent developments in litigation technology, which cases are well-suited to predictive coding as well as costs and cost savings.
The event, which will also be available as a webcast, takes place Nov. 1 at the OBA Conference Centre, 20 Toronto St. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is eligible for 30 minutes of Professionalism and 3 hours and 30 minutes of Substantive CPD.
The cost for the program is $195 for Canadian Bar Association members, $85 for student members and $295 for non-members.
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