Wortzmans is now MT>3, a division of McCarthy Tétrault
Happy Anniversary! It's just over one year 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 be a guest speaker at the Information Governance Conference 2015 in Hartford, Connecticut. This conference will take place at the Connecticut Convention Center from September 29th-October 1st. For more details on the conference, please click the following link:
Our blog, Wortzmans Weighs In, has been nominated from more than 2,000 legal blogs to compete in The Expert Institute’s Best Legal Blog Contest.
There are 250 blogs nominated but each only competes in one category. Wortzmans’ blog is competing in the Technology category. The contest runs until October 9th.
To vote for our blog please click here:
You can also click here to read our most recent blog:
Three Privacy Commissioners agree on BYOD Guidelines
On September 25, 2015, Susan Wortzman will speak at Legaltech Toronto about mitigating risks with third party providers. This session will provide information on: common issues when dealing with third party providers, navigating regulatory and reputational risks when using third party providers, and collaborating with your internal clients and stakeholders to manage relationships effectively.
For more information and to register for this event, please click here:
Duncan Fraser is profiled in the Fall 2015, issue of Canadian Lawyer4Students. The magazine includes a feature on the Pros and Cons of practicing law in different regions and in different area of practice. This short profile on practicing as a e-Discovery lawyer provides some insight into working on the cutting edge of technology and law.
You can read the full piece: