Epiq

Epiq
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Epiq Systems, Inc.
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
Legal Supplier, Electronic Discovery
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Operating in Canada since 2010, Epiq is a global leader in providing fully integrated technology products and services for eDiscovery and document review, working with leading review platforms such as Relativity® and Summation and adhering to Canada Competition Bureau guidelines. No matter the size or complexity of the project, Epiq offers best-quality eDiscovery and document review anywhere in the world, and tailor their approach to deliver on specific objectives.

With customers spanning six continents, Epic deploys on-site solutions all over the world and can deliver solutions wherever they are needed. Epiq’s global offices and data centres meet or exceed Tier III standards and feature a multi-layered security program. Manned 24/7 and protected via dual interlocking doors, tailgate-proof mantrap, keycard access, biometric and closed-circuit TV (CCTV) systems, their Toronto data centre offers superior levels of security, reliability and connectivity.

The Epiq source for AdvocateDaily.com is Jason Bell-Masterson, Director, eDiscovery Solutions Canada and Carla Swansburg, Vice President & General Manager (Canada).

Epiq Posts

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 Bell-Masterson, manager of the Toronto branch of the legal technology company Epiq. Read more

Cutting edge eDiscovery tools by Epiq saves law firm time, money

Cutting-edge eDiscovery tools can save an astonishing amount of time and money for law firms and their clients, says Jason Bell-Masterson, manager at the Toronto branch of the legal technology company Epiq. Read more

The role of eDiscovery in antitrust matters

The overwhelming task of sifting through terabytes of electronic data during a Competition Bureau information request can be daunting — but it can be easier with the technical savvy of legal technology company Epiq , says Jason Bell-Masterson, director of its Toronto branch. Read more

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. Read more

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 focused data set. Read more

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 Jason Bell-Masterson, director at the Toronto branch of legal technology company Epiq. Read more

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

Big data a big boon to law firms

Although the legal profession has been using ‘big data’ around case law and precedents for some time, advances in technology and tools are changing how lawyers can leverage this information to drive efficiency, says Bishu Solomon of Epiq , a leading global provider of legal services and technology. Read more

Company-wide innovation delivers returns

Company-wide commitment to innovation generates the biggest return on investment for the business, says Bishu Solomon of Epiq , a leading global provider of legal services and technology. Read more

Epiq software helps lawyers avoid data breaches

When producing reams of electronic documents for discovery in litigation and investigations, lawyers and corporations can reduce their risk of a disastrous overshare by using sophisticated e-tools to search out and redact sensitive information, says Jason Bell-Masterson, manager at the Toronto branch of legal technology company Epiq. Read more

Partner committee can boost technology adaptation

A partner committee dedicated to innovation can help law firms get the most out of technological developments in the legal market, says Bishu Solomon of Epiq , a leading global provider of legal services and technology. Read more

Epiq’s analytical tools speed up e-discovery

Electronic discovery and document review are tech-heavy, but Toronto manager Jason Bell-Masterson says it is the human knowledge, combined with his company’s technological power, that sets Epiq apart. Read more

Epiq hosts interactive discussion on legal discovery

Epiq , a global provider of integrated technology and services for the legal profession, is hosting an interactive discussion with insurance claims professionals and panel counsel on Nov. 14. Read more

Epiq hosts lunch and learn on eDiscovery solutions

Toronto-based software firm Epiq is hosting a lunch and learn on eDiscovery solutions on Oct. 25, 2017. Read more