Tatiana Lazdins is a lawyer specializing in digital evidence strategy. She helps clients in the public and private sectors identify, preserve and leverage electronic data in labour arbitrations, human rights, occupational health and safety, and civil actions.
Tatiana assists clients with:
- planning cost-effective strategies for management and delivery of big data in labour and employment matters;
- identifying and preserving sources of digital evidence including smart devices, social media, and collaboration data;
- using state of the art technology and methods for documentary discovery; and
- establishing information governance practices that manage liability from storage and use of digital information.
Tatiana received her Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto, and her Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering (First Class Honours) from Queen’s University. She provides a technically savvy yet relatable approach to navigating the risks and requirements related to electronic data.
Arts & Sports Colleges Construction Education Energy & Utilities Financial Services Government Ministries & Agencies (Federal and Provincial) Healthcare Hospitality & Gaming Long-Term Care and Home Care Manufacturing Media & Communications Membership Associations Mining & Natural Resources Municipalities & Municipal Agencies Non-profit Organizations Professional & Technical Services Retail & Wholesale Trade School Boards Social Services Transportation & Warehousing Universities
Memberships & Affiliations
Ontario Bar Association – Member (Labour & Employment Law section)
Canadian Bar Association – Member
Digital Evidence and EDiscovery Implementation Committee – Member
Women in EDiscovery Toronto Chapter – Member
Professional Engineers Ontario – Member
University of Toronto, J.D.
Queen’s University, B.Sc. (Hons.)