Carolyn Anger spoke on a recent Canadian Legal Innovation Forum webinar with colleagues Maura Grossman and Jessica Lockett and moderated by Andrew Boyer. The webinar explores the key drivers broadening the scope of e-discovery processes, how e-discovery practitioners collaborate and innovate in new ways to achieve results, and how the application of technology is underpinning […]
In a post on LinkedIn late last week, Carolyn shared that she “is honoured to have been recognized again by Who’s Who Legal as one of Canada’s leading e-discovery practitioners. Congratulations to all who have been recognized!” Carolyn Anger and Anger & Associates are featured on the Who’s Who Legal website and are recommended as […]
eDiscovery investigations move quickly! We need to get at relevant documents fast – but we also need to consider that the investigation may end up in litigation. Defensibly is just as important during an investigation as it is during litigation.
Since the Best Practices for Remote Hearings documentation was released back in May by the Ontario e-Hearings Taskforce, we are pleased to see that it has been referred to as the best practices guide in several Canadian jurisdictions. A full list of the Best Practices Publications is here.
One of our areas of expertise is court modernization and e-hearings. It has been our passion since early on in our legal technology career to promote a move towards a digital workflow where documents that begin as electronic stay electronic, from the eDiscovery process to court e-filings, and into the courtroom.