Wortzmans is now MT>3, a division of McCarthy Tétrault
Happy Anniversary! It's just over two years since Wortzmans joined McCarthy Tétrault and we wanted our name to reflect this new and exciting stage in our career: we decided to become MT>3.
Our new name MT>3 represents the foundations of our work: leading edge technology, proprietary processes, and a multi-disciplinary team.
As a division of McCarthy Tétrault, we continue to pride ourselves on offering cost-effective e-discovery and information advice and services.
Read what Susan Wortzman has to say about why document review is generally legal work in the March 23, 2015 Law Times article “Lawyers Confused at Stance on Document Review”. In the article, Wortzman says that “(t)he document review that Wortzmans typically does involves making assessments of relevance, privilege, significance, and maybe classifying documents by issues”. In those cases, she says “what we have are lawyers exercising or using their legal judgments to make determinations as to whether particular records are relevant and/or producible in litigation. So in my view, that’s legal work.” Click on this link to read the whole article:
Read what Chuck Rothman has to say about managing legal documents in the March 6, 2015 edition of The Lawyers Weekly. Rothman says that “a common shortcoming that DMS vendors are correcting” is that “(t)raditional systems are designed to store finished versions of documents, not e-mail.” Rothman advises law firms to adopt different email habits to cover email in DMS: “create clear subject lines; limit each e-mail to one topic only; and ‘Don’t CC the world.’ Instead, post documents to an internal ‘social media’ site and e-mail people a link to view and comment on the document in the site instead.”
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