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.
Susan Wortzman will speak on a panel with The Honourable Colin Campbell entitled “Upcoming Revisions to the Sedona Canada Principles and Commentary” at the 25th Annual Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario Conference on May 29, 2015 in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The session will provide an overview of the revisions in the Second Edition, the implications of the revisions and the emphasis on proportionality in e-discovery.
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Duncan Fraser and Rachael Chadwick are showcasing Wortzmans’ eDiscovery and Information Governance services at the Justice Canada Legal Services Bazaar on June 4, 2015.
The Legal Services Bazaar is a collaborative, open event that encourages the exchange of ideas and blue-sky thinking, built around ‘booths’ staffed by ‘vendors’ showcasing new and innovative approaches to the delivery of legal services. The event will focus on improving efficiency and promoting excellence in the delivery of legal services at the Department of Justice.
‘Vendors’ will include both Justice employees and legal professionals from the private sector. The attendance is limited to Justice and client department staff.
Read what Chuck Rothman has to say about how law firms can make mobile device usage more secure in the May 22, 2015 Lawyer’s Weekly article: “Securing the gateway to confidential information”. While Rothman notes in the article that most mobile device policies are similar, differences occur around the types of devices authorized and things like whether cameras can be used on devices. In the article, Rothman advises firms to review their policies annually to ensure they’re up to date. He also suggests that ensuring staff only obtain apps from an “authorized” app store could help mitigate potential security risks.
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On May 14, 2015, Kate Manning and Chuck Rothman will speak on a panel called “Information Governance and Content Management: tools to control e-discovery cost, protect privacy and address data security”. The session is part of the OBA/EIC Civil Litigation E-Discovery Series: Key Strategies and Practical Advice. Come learn how to minimize the cost, predictability and timeliness challenges in e-discovery projects through proper information governance planning and how content management can protect privacy and increase data security.
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