Electronic Document Management in the Courtroom. A Look at Caselines

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Date(s) - November 23rd, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm


Electronic Document Management in the Courtroom.  A Look at Caselines

Join us for a joint BCLMA/ILTA session and have a look Caselines.  This program is being used here in British Columbia, as well as in Ontario in court proceedings and arbitrations.  Presenters Betty Montoni [Thomson Reuters] and Spencer Charest [Charest Legal Solutions].

Betty Montoni

Betty Montoni is an eDiscovery and product specialist at Thomson Reuters in Toronto. She provides consulting to law firms, corporations, and litigation departments of various government branches. Acting as a liaison between Thomson Reuters’ sales professionals and customers, Betty provides extensive knowledge and information to clients regarding Thomson Reuters’ legal solutions.

Betty has over two decades of legal experience working in legal technology and eDiscovery.  She has extensive experience in eDiscovery procedures and project management of large litigation files.

She has been a presenter on the topic of eDiscovery and CaseLines at several conferences over the course of her career and is accredited as a Certified eDiscovery Specialist and Certified CaseLines Trainer

Spencer Charest

Principal of Charest Legal Services.

Spencer has been at the helm of Charest Legal Services (formerly Charest Reporting) since its inception.  Our firm have been pioneers in realtime reporting (instantaneous live transcription of legal proceedings) and now are introducing CaseLines, as the sole authorized vendor in BC, to the law profession in our Supreme Court hearings, discoveries and arbitrations.

Our client focus is based on working as a team and understanding client needs so we can best meet their expectations and goals.   We provide technical support on all our products and we have booked thousands of hours of realtime proceedings and presently have hundreds of court days for CaseLines.

Having the largest court reporting office in the city, we are able to host large matters, but during these more challenging times have been at the forefront in providing a seamless remote experience, both for discoveries and Supreme Court matters.

Our discussion today will be on how to build a CaseLines proceeding and the efficiency that it brings with it.  We would like to demystify the process and remove any anxiety component associated with conducting your first electronic CaseLines proceedings.


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