e-Discovery Canada

21 Oct

I’ve added a “related links” section to my sidebar. So far there’s just one link, but its a notable one. The LexUM Laboratory is the University of Montreal’s justice system technology project that runs the CanLII national database of freely-available case law. The e-Discovery Canada website is another LexUM project that is maintained in collaboration with some members of the Canadian legal community who have taken a lead on e-discovery issues. This includes Peg Duncan of the Department of Justice, who keeps a digest of Canadian case law and rules that she last updated on October 12th. It’s a great list and has cases and rule citations that I haven’t reported on. News and links to key guidelines like the Sedona Canada Principles (now in draft/public comment form) are all posted there. Please check it out, and thanks Peg!

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