Most copyright, patent and trademark cases are litigated in Canada's Federal Courts. Our lawyers have been mentored by the very best IP litigators that practice before these Courts with many years of experience presenting cases before the Courts. With the benefit of this training and experience, and leveraging a lean approach, we offer a compelling service offering for Federal Court litigation.
The rules of procedure of courts in Canada require parties to civil actions to list and then produce documents that are relevant to unadmitted matters at issue. Generally, this includes data and information in electronic form, sometimes referred to as "electronically stored information" or ESI.
Our lawyers have experience with e-discovery and are knowledgeable about how "ESI" should be preserved, formatted, and produced during the course of litigation. Our experience with e-discovery and cloud computing technologies ensures that all sources of discovery information are considered.
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