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Chan-Glasgow elected vice-chair of OBA's eDiscovery Implementation Committee

Candice Chan-Glasgow , Director of Legal Review Services with Toronto-based Heuristica Discovery Counsel , has been elected vice-chair of the Ontario Bar ... Read more

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O’Donnell, Heuristica again selected for inclusion in Who’s Who Legal

For the second consecutive year, Toronto eDiscovery lawyer  Crystal O’Donnell  has been selected for inclusion in the 2018 Who’s Who Legal: Litigation ... Read more

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The benefits of managed eDiscovery services

The benefits of eDiscovery managed service arrangements offer cost predictability, easy access to data and the ability to expand storage quickly and simply, says Jason ... Read more

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Dispelling myths about discovery plans

Discovery plans reduce the cost of litigation when properly used, says Wendy Cole , director of project management and counsel with  Heuristica Discovery Counsel . Rule ... Read more

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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 ... Read more

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Law schools need to step up eDiscovery education: Chan-Glasgow

With the digital universe expected to double in size every two years going forward, the demand for lawyers versed in the technical aspects of electronic discovery (eDiscovery) is ... Read more

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Group edges closer to harmonization of eDiscovery rules

Efforts to establish harmonized civil procedure rules that govern a uniform approach to eDiscovery across Canada are underway with the Uniform Law Conference of Canada (ULCC), ... Read more

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Planning can prevent eDiscovery disputes

Proper planning is the best way to avoid eDiscovery disputes, Toronto eDiscovery lawyer  Crystal O’Donnell  tells  AdvocateDaily.com . O’Donnell, ... Read more

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Separating the wheat from the chaff with eDiscovery

In the final instalment of a two-part series on effective eDiscovery, Jason Bell-Masterson explores the review, predictive coding and document preparation phases. In order to ... Read more

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Culling the data set for effective eDiscovery

In the first instalment of a two-part series on effective eDiscovery, Epiq's Jason Bell-Masterson explores objectives, budgetary limitations and how to cull data to create a ... Read more

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Look beyond simple keyword search for detailed results

Lawyers need to look beyond the keyword search as electronic discovery software improves, says Candice Chan-Glasgow , director of legal review services with Toronto-based ... Read more

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Calculating the ROI of eDiscovery tools

Lawyers who have been slow to embrace eDiscovery technology tend to focus on the upfront cost while ignoring the considerable savings that come as the process progresses, says ... Read more

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Four ways to disrupt yourself

By Alan Bass  and Michael Sauber  Disruption in the legal market is on the way. You can sit by and wait, or you can act now. We provide you with four options. ... Read more

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Disruption’s early warning signs

By Alan Bass  and Michael Sauber  Alternative legal services are here. The only question is how quickly they will become the new norm. Lawyers should be aware of ... Read more

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Practical teaching of eDiscovery lacking in Canadian law schools

Programs to teach law students, bar admission candidates and practising lawyers about electronic discovery are sorely lacking in Canada — and there seems to be little ... Read more

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Tailored training maximizes eDiscovery efficiency

Tailored training helps law firms get the most out of eDiscovery software, says Jason Bell-Masterson, director at the Toronto branch of legal technology company  Epiq . ... Read more

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Revolution or evolution?

By Alan Bass  and Michael Sauber  Is the legal market experiencing disruption? Perhaps that’s the wrong question to be asking. In our previous post, we ... Read more

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Preliminary analysis needed for production deadline

Lawyers need to complete a preliminary analysis of the electronic documents in a case before agreeing to firm production deadlines in a discovery plan, says  Wendy Cole , ... Read more

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Legal market ripe for disruption

By Alan Bass and Michael Sauber  The legal profession has long resisted change that would disrupt the status quo, but the rising power of the buyer may be setting the ... Read more

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Technology efficiently lowers costs for client

Gone are the days when law firms could maximize efficiencies and satisfy clients with only the most basic office technology, says Alan Bass , president of Korbitec Inc. , a ... Read more

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