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Computer Discovery – The “I Don’t Have a Computer” Argument

  • By Steven Toews
  • July 12, 2020
  • 474 Views 2 Min Read

The court goes on to say that opposing counsel’s choice not to use computer discovery should not restrict the ability of the Crown to make disclosure in the most efficient and reasonable way possible.

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eDiscovery Doesn’t Stop Just Because You’re Sheltering in Place

  • By Beth Moore
  • March 31, 2020
  • 809 Views 3 Min Read

Let’s face it: the typical ediscovery setup is the opposite of social distancing. Lawyers travel to individual custodians’ offices, touching keyboards, screens, and desks as they collect data from their computers, phones, and other devices. They amass the collected data into a database for a horde of dozens, if not hundreds, of contract attorneys to …

Around the World, Ediscovery in Canada, Ediscovery in North America

The Sedona Canada Principles At Work

  • By Steven Toews
  • April 13, 2020
  • 533 Views 4 Min Read

The Sedona Canada Principles are the Canadian version of the Sedona Principles commonly used in the United States. Simply put, the Sedona Canada Principles set out the guidelines for the identification, collection, preservation, review, and production of electronically stored information (ESI) in Canada. They’ve become increasingly relevant as the rising prevalence of electronic data has …

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