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  • Crystal O’Donnell Elected to Ontario Bar Association CouncilJune 22, 2018

    We are pleased to congratulate Crystal O’Donnell, founder and CEO of Heuristica Discovery Counsel, on her recent election to the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) Council.   The OBA is a branch of the Canadian Bar Association (CBA), an organization of lawyers formed to provide support by the profession … Read more »

  • We’ve been Nominated … Please vote now!June 18, 2018

    We are thrilled to have been nominated for the 2018 Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards in these two categories:   Litigation Support & E-Discovery Consultants Legal Process Outsourcing This is the fourth year Canadian Lawyer has run their Readers’ Choice Awards.  The program is designed to give … Read more »

  • O’Donnell to Speak at CBA Alberta Civil Litigation Section MeetingJune 13, 2018

    Crystal O’Donnell, Heuristica’s CEO and Senior Counsel, will speak at the CBA Alberta Civil Litigation Section (South) meeting in Calgary on June 18th, 2018.   Crystal will join Erin Greenan, Legal Counsel, Nexen and Darren Reed, Partner, Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP to speak about the benefits of e- … Read more »

  • “BYOD policies a must to avoid eDiscovery disaster” – AdvocateDaily.comJune 12, 2018

    Employers should prepare for the worst if they want to realize the potential savings of a Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policy, says Wendy Cole, director of project management and counsel at Heuristica Discovery Counsel.   Cole tells AdvocateDaily.com that both employers and employees are attracted t … Read more »

  • Court Orders Non-Parties in Parallel Action to Produce DocumentsJune 11, 2018

    June 11, 2018   In Schwoob v. Bayer Inc., 2018 ONSC 166 (CanLII), a product liability class action, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ordered two non-parties affiliated with the defendant corporation to produce 2,900 documents that they had produced in a parallel U.S. class action proceeding.   … Read more »