Sedona Canada E-discovery Principles Released
The Sedona Canada Principles supersede the Ontario E-discovery Guidelines, and they will be updated as practices develop and evolve.
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Yet to be discovered (April/May 2007)
Vaguely familiar with the term e-discovery? Most Quebec lawyers are, but would rather ignore it.
Needle in a haystack (June 2006)
If you’re not worried about electronic discovery, you probably should be. Here’s what you need to know about searching for needles in the world’s biggest haystacks.
E-Inquiring (November 2004)
An electronic discovery checklist.
e-vidence (January/February 2003)
Old e-mails, deleted memos and other electronic data are the paper trails of the 21st century. Make sure your clients know what risks they face and what obligations they incur from information within their cyber-walls.
This page is featured in the June 2007 issue of National.
Consult these sites to stay on top of the e-discovery landscape:
The Sedona Conference
Canadian E-Discovery Case Law Digest
E-Discovery in Canada