Ontario e-Discovery Institute 2014

  • October 30, 2014


Publication | Archived Video


Now in its 4th year, this highly anticipated full day program brings together leading Canadian and U.S. experts to talk about the latest developments in e-Discovery. Learn what's new in information governance, the unique challenges in public sector litigation and the best tools and practices for efficient and cost effective e-Discovery. Gain valuable insight from our panel of senior in-house counsel on the client's perspective and hear directly from Canadian and U.S. judges as they present their perspective from the bench.


Kelly Friedman, Davis LLP
Kate Manning, Wortzmans


Siemens Canada Ltd. v. Sapient Canada Inc.
Master D.E. Short, Ontario Superior Court of Justice

Sally Nokansell v. Rock Bottom Motors Ontario Inc.
Daniel J. Michaluk, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

Public Sector Challenges in e-Discovery
Nadia Effendi, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, Elliot Lake Commission Counsel

Duncan's Top Ten Myths about e-Discovering Large Organizations
Duncan Fraser, General Counsel, e-Discovery and Litigation Support Services, Dept. of Justice Canada

Top 8 Challenges in Public Sector e-Discovery
Susan Wortzman, Wortzmans

e-Discovery Principles Relevant Outside the Commercial Litigation Context
Aaron Franks, Epstein Cole LLP

The Essentials of Information Governance
Christine Ardern, President, The Information Management Specialist
Susan Nickle, General Counsel, London Health Sciences Centre

Model Affidavit of Documents
E-Discovery Implementation Committee

Top Tips for eDiscovery from an In-House Perspective
Sarah Millar, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Ethics & e-Discovery
Simon Chester
The Honourable Mr. Justice Arthur M. Gans, Superior Court of Justice