provides consulting services with Wortzman Nickle Professional Corporation, a law firm based in Toronto, Ontario. The firm focuses on providing legal advice regarding e-discovery, records management policies, and litigation management to law firms and corporations.
Chuck offers technical and practical advice regarding the most efficient and cost-effective methods for all phases of e-discovery and records management. A well-recognized name in both electronic discovery and computer forensics, and a frequent lecturer at Canadian e-discovery conferences, Chuck is the co-author of Electronic Discovery in Canada: Best Practices and Guidelines, and wrote the chapter on cost containment for E-Discovery in Canada.
Chuck is a member of the Sedona Conference Working Group 7 (Sedona Canada), Technology and e-Discovery Canada, the eDiscovery Journal Peer Group, the High Technology Crime Investigators' Association, Professional Engineers Ontario, and the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers.
Chuck is on the steering committees of not-for-profit community organizations. He actively supports the Canadian Breast Cancer society through various annual fundraisers. In his spare time, Chuck likes to indulge his passions for archaeology, military history and scale model building.