Keeping Up with the Times: How to Survive and Thrive in the Age of Digital Litigation
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2018
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Litigators are sometimes slow to adopt new technology. Yet technology is unavoidable and constantly evolving. Whether you are dealing with digitization of the courts, looking for new causes of action, working with new clients or marshalling the evidence for your next big win, a busy litigation practice needs technology to thrive. Understanding the digital and legal landscape is part of your professional responsibilities, but this can also open doors to new business and client relationships.

Join experienced judges and counsel for an insightful discussion about the impact of technology and social media on your day-to-day litigation practice, the development of the law and your professional obligations.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Nadia Campion, Polley Faith LLP
Rachel Migicovsky, Shibley Righton LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Judicial Tools Maturity Model
Justice David Brown, Court of Appeal for Ontario

Moving Towards a Paperless World: Where are Ontario's Courts?
Powerpoint Presentation

Justice David Brown, Court of Appeal for Ontario

Paperless on the Prairies: An iPad Pro Supplement Powerpoint Slides
Justice David Brown, Court of Appeal for Ontario

Paperless on the Prairies: A Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Techno-Trial Galaxy Powerpoint Slides
Justice David Brown, Court of Appeal for Ontario

Modernizing Justice
Christopher Johns, Ministry of Attorney General - Innovation Office

Electronic Trial Protocol
Chantelle Spagnola, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP
Tanya Barbiero, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP

Trial by Ipad
Chantelle Spagnola, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP
Tanya Barbiero, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP

2018 Privacy Tort Update
Stephen Aylward, Stockwoods LLP

Social Media Evidence in Litigation: Finding It and Using It
Jason Wadden, Goodmans LLP
Sarah Stothart, Goodmans LLP

Social Media Evidence: Disclosure & Production Obligations
Mariam Moktar, Lenczner Slaght LLP
Sarah Spitz, Lenczner Slaght LLP

Social Media and The Rules of Professional Conduct
Jacqueline Horvat, Spark LLP
Samantha Schreiber, Spark LLP

Keeping Up with the Times: Electronic Communications under the Rules of Professional Conduct
Shaneka Shaw Taylor, Boghosian & Allen LLP
Carling Chan, Boghosian & Allen LLP

How to safely put your data in the cloud
Ian Hu, LAWPRO, Counsel, Claims Prevention & practicePRO

Cloud Services: Questions To Ask Powerpoint Slides
Ian Hu, LAWPRO, Counsel, Claims Prevention & practicePRO

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