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.
Kate Manning is chairing the annual e-Discovery Institute on October 30, 2014. Susan Wortzman will be speaking on Public Sector Challenges in e-Discovery. This year’s event, which will be held at the OBA in Toronto, is bigger and better than ever. For the first time, the program features several streamed sessions that offer programming for all areas of law, size of firm and type of practice.
Topics include: E-Discovery Under Pressure: Regulatory Investigations; E-Discovery Outside the Commercial Litigation Context; BYOD, Social Media and Cloud Computing E-Discovery Issues; the Intersection of e-Discovery and ADR; and the ever popular, View from the Bench. You will not want to miss this CLE accredited program.
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Read what Susan Wortzman has to say about how “E-discovery software brings serious ROI to information governance” in a Q&A with Lauren Horowitz, Executive Editor, Business Applications and Architecture Group at Tech Target.
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Read what Susan Wortzman has to say about how legal technology is addressing the proliferation of “big data” in the September 29, 2014 edition of Canadian Lawyer magazine. Wortzman says that while more vendors are creating new versions of their products to address big data, databases based on proprietary software such as enterprise resource planning tools from SAP are another story. “I can’t produce that to the other side, because they don’t have the software to run it,” she says. “It means coming up with a way to make that information accessible and shareable.”
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