|By Marketwired .||
|July 2, 2014 12:43 PM EDT||
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/02/14 -- Susan Wortzman, founder of Wortzmans, and McCarthy Tetrault LLP are pleased to announce that Marlon Hylton has joined Wortzmans for a 6 month secondment.
During his secondment, Marlon will continue to provide strategic legal advice at all stages of the e-discovery process to ensure legal defensibility and to manage e-discovery costs for Wortzmans and McCarthy Tetrault clients. Marlon will also advise clients on information governance systems, including Records Management, legal hold, email usage, instant messaging and other related policies.
Marlon teaches in the eDiscovery Information Governance and Privacy Certificate program at Osgoode Hall Law School and speaks frequently on e-discovery related issues. He is an active member of the Ontario eDiscovery Implementation Committee where he co-chairs the litigation support sub-committee.
Wortzmans is a law firm that provides legal and technical advice relating to e-discovery, litigation readiness, information governance and technology strategies. The firm includes a team of leaders in the e-discovery, forensic engineering and project management fields. Wortzmans' team advises its clients on managing electronic information during all phases of the discovery process or in response to regulatory or audit investigations.
Wortzmans' unique expertise in the legal, technical and project management arenas offers its client a leading edge approach directed to maximizing efficiencies and cost reduction.
About McCarthy Tetrault
McCarthy Tetrault LLP provides a broad range of legal services, advising on large and complex assignments for Canadian and international interests. The firm has substantial presence in Canada's major commercial centres and in London, UK.
Built on an integrated approach to the practice of law and delivery of innovative client services, the firm brings its legal talent, industry insight and practice experience to help clients achieve the results that are important to them.
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