As head of the Blakes E-Discovery and Document Management team, Anne advises clients on all aspects of e-discovery and has led some of the largest and most complex document production cases in Canada. She has extensive experience dealing with the Canadian Competition Bureau and is an expert in responding to supplementary information requests (SIRs).
Anne also provides advice to clients on document management and retention issues. She helps clients determine how long they need to keep classes of documents, develop implementation plans and be "e-discovery ready" for when they need to produce documents in response to litigation or an investigation.
As an advocate, Anne represents clients in court on e-discovery issues.
Recent mandates include:
- Assisting major North American companies across a broad range of industries comply with SIRs and Section 11 orders received from the Competition Bureau
- Leading the review and production of documents for Visa Inc. in connection with competition law matters
- Working with multinational clients and U.S. counsel to coordinate document review and production for major North American class actions
- Leading document review and production matters in relation to securities regulatory proceedings
Blakes Bulletin on Financial Services Regulatory, September 3, 2013.
Moderator and Speaker:
Working with Vendors
Ontario e-Discovery Institute 2013, Toronto, Ontario, October 30, 2013.
Weighing Business Benefits Against the Challenges of Outsourcing Your Data Storage and Processing
The Canadian Institute's Forum on Records Retention & Electronic Information Managment, Toronto, Ontario, May 28, 2013.
Co-chair and Speaker:
Ontario Bar Association, Toronto, Ontario, May 22, 2013.
Using Technology Efficiently
Leadership for Women Lawyers, FCI-CWI (Career Women Interaction), Toronto, Ontario, May 7, 2013.
360 Degree Review Management
Technology in Practice, Commonwealth Legal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver, June 13, 21 and 27, 2012.