MT>3’s Susan Wortzman is speaking at the Legility webinar on Advanced e-Discovery Three Ways: The Legal Operator's RelativityOne Roadmap on September 15, 2021. This session will explore how leading legal leaders are using RelativityOne in innovative ways to streamline their e-Discovery operations. Follow the link to learn more and to register. https://tinyurl.com/2rb6yvr6
MT>3's Susan Wortzman joins fellow member of the Sedona Conference Working Group 7 Editorial Team Kathryn Manning for the Women in e-Discovery conversation on the updated Sedona Canada Principles on June 1, 2021. They will discuss the updates to the Principles and the impact on e-Discovery in Canada. Follow the link for more information and to register: https://tinyurl.com/469664mk
MT>3’s Susan Wortzman is speaking on the Strategy Considerations for Global Litigation panel at Legility Symposium 2021 ─ a two-day virtual event exploring the future of New Law on May 25 and 26, 2021. This event will feature legal leaders and trailblazers to discuss the importance of building the future of law, together. Full information on the Symposium and to register are in the link provided: tinyurl.com/5fzwmyvy
MT>3’s Susan Wortzman will be speaking at part one of the two-part series “Canada’s Privacy Overhaul: Deep Dive into Key Topics” presented by McCarthy Tétrault. This webinar presentation will tackle key issues surrounding Canada’s privacy overhaul and what it will mean for organizations. Part 1 is Wednesday, February 24. For more information and to register, click here.
MT>3’s Susan Wortzman will be on the panel for a Legalweek(year) Session with Relativity this Thursday, February 4 at 10:30amEST – “Supercharge your RelativityOne Experience by Working with a Relativity Partner.” In this discussion, organizations who work with RelativityOne partners will share their experience, offer real-world tips, and answer questions live. For more information and to register, click here.
MT>3’s Susan Wortzman will be speaking at the PLI session Information Governance – What Is It and Why Is It Important? on February 3, 2021. This session will explore what obligations organizations have to manage their electronic organization with a range of topics including data privacy, cybersecurity, regulatory compliance, and risk associated with poor data governance. Register now.
For the second consecutive year, MT>3 was recognized in the 2020 edition of Canadian Lawyer’s Readers’ Choice Awards in the litigation support and e-Discovery consultants category. This recognition reinforces MT>3’s unique approach to assisting organizations with their most important digital information, managing e-Discovery and information governance, and providing support for critical strategic technology needs.
MT>3’s Susan Wortzman will be featured as a speaker on Panel 4 of the Digital Enforcement Summit 2020, “Emerging Litigation and Case Resolution Strategies”, on November 26, 2020. The final of four panels of this summit will focus on emerging approaches to case resolution and litigation in the digital economy.
The Competition Bureau’s inaugural Digital Enforcement Summit is an opportunity to share best practices and explore new strategies for dealing with emerging enforcement issues in a digital world. Find more information about the final panel here.
MT>3’s Susan Wortzman joins Scott Culbertson, vice president of managed services at Legility, on the "Forging a Path Toward Strategic e-Discovery with Technology" webinar from Relativity on Thursday, November 12.
Susan and Scott will discuss the partnership between MT>3 and global managed services provider Legility and how the partnership allows MT>3 to use technology to further its innovation strategy.
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On Friday, November 27, 2020, MT>3’s Gordon Lee and Michael Lalande, alongside Kristen Lai from Cassels, will lead Ryerson LPP candidates through an interactive e-Discovery exercise. This session will be a practical session to prepare the candidates for when they receive or need to produce electronically stored information.
Ryerson’s Law Practice Program (LPP) is the first of its kind in Ontario. An alternative to articling, the LPP is an innovative, rigorous, and demanding eight-month program combining on-line training and experiential learning with a hands-on work term.