Managing the Cost, Risk, and Disruption of E-Discovery in Complex Litigation 

Jan. 31, 2018

Sponsored by Lenczner Slaght

January 31 2018
12:00 - 1:30 pm ET


Complex e-discovery projects are unavoidable for organizations that face class actions and other forms of complex litigation. Such projects, particularly if not managed appropriately, can be long, complicated, expensive, and disruptive to the business. This program will provide practical tips and best practices for managing those projects offered by a panel of speakers who have worked together to make a large e-discovery project successful p>

Discussion topics include:

  • The lifecycle of document review projects, and how to plan those projects at the outset for success;
  • Document preservation – an overview processes your organization should have in place, both before and after litigation begins;
  • Document collection and management considerations; and
  • Document review – best practices to minimize cost while identifying relevant documents.


Andrew Parley, Partner, Lenczner Slaght
Mel Hogg, Assistant General Counsel, Law Division, Ontario Power Generation
Sean Lynch, Manager, Legal Solutions, Commonwealth Legal



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    This session is complimentary for CCCA and CBA Members.  For non-members, the cost is $50 plus applicable taxes.  If paying by cheque, please make cheque payable to Canadian Bar Association and mail to:

    1210-20 Toronto Street
    Toronto, Ontario, M5C 2B8

    Non-member registrants may cancel and receive a refund, less an administrative charge of $10.00, if cancellation is received at least five (5) working days prior to the event date.  No refunds will be applied after this date.  Registrations can be transferred to another attendee. Fees cannot be transferred to another event.



Sharon Wilson -