Tag Archives: Privilege Review

eDiscovery Lessons From The Wells Fargo Data Breach

By | January 8, 2020

The Equifax data security breach was the hallmark of data breaches in 2017 (at least for now). But for most lawyers (especially litigating lawyers), the minuscule Wells Fargo data breach was of particular interest. This interest stems from the fact that it involved one of their own in the course of her professional duties. 1.    … Read More »

Basic Guide to Document Review in E-Discovery

By | January 8, 2020

In Canada, discovery in civil litigation is governed by the Rules of Court or Rules of Civil Procedure. At the Federal Courts, the Federal Courts Rules govern the commencement and conduct of proceeding, while in the provinces such as Ontario, the Rules of Civil Procedure apply. These Rules also contain provisions relating to documentary disclosure.… Read More »