I wrote a while back about the launch of Epiq Systems’ eDiscovery review facility in Toronto. Epiq has now followed that with the addition of a processing and hosting facility to meet the growing demand for their software and their technical and consulting services in Canada.
Epiq is hosting a grand reception in Toronto tomorrow, 11 June, at which delegates can see the facility and talk to subject matter experts on the wide range of subjects which Epic is involved in.
Whilst on the subject of Epiq, here is an article called Essential Tool in the Age of Big Data by Martin Bonney, Director, International Consulting Services at Epiq, about the use of technology-assisted review for big data. The key point lies at the end – TAR is not right for every case, but lawyers whose work involves large volumes of data ought to know what it is and how and when to use it.