May 25th, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PT
Join the ACEDS Vancouver Chapter for a webinar
About this event
What does e-discovery look like in a post-Covid world? Although the pandemic is not fully behind us, we are seeing emerging trends such as the need to collect from non-traditional sources like WhatsApp, WeChat, and Teams. Join us for this lively panel discussion as we discuss solutions for collecting, processing and reviewing these types of data, as well as the need for practical solutions to securely transmit large volumes of data for instances where we may have (pre-Covid) delivered or received a USB or portable drive.
Jasmine Lam is a Law Clerk at SURV, a leading construction law firm with offices in Vancouver and Toronto. Jasmine has significant experience advising lawyers and clients on all matters related to eDiscovery, including collection, review, and production of documents.
Tim Choy is Manager in Deloitte’s Discovery practice, based in Calgary. Tim has significant experience supporting law firms, corporations and government clients in all matters related to eDiscovery and digital forensics. Tim is an innovation leader in our practice, and is an excellent problem-solver for managing non-traditional data sources.
Peter Sanford leads Deloitte’s eDiscovery and Computer Forensic practice in Western Canada. Peter has supported law firms, corporations and government clients on hundreds of litigation and dispute resolution matters, as well as cyber breach, privacy, regulatory compliance, and M&A files. Peter specializes in connecting clients and discovery professionals to deliver on engagements efficiently and effectively.