The Digital & Insights practice sits at the centre of FTI Consulting’s integrated strategic communications offering. Our team supports corporate reputation, stakeholder relations and profile-raising programs through the innovative use of data, design, content and technology. The FTI Consulting Difference Our Digital & Insights team combines practical experience, digital expertise and creative thinking to offer […]
On 1 February 2021, Singapore’s mandatory data breach notification laws took effect. If your organisation is based in Singapore or collects, uses, or discloses personal data in Singapore, and you experience a data breach, you may be required to notify the regulator and affected individuals. If you don’t comply, you may face fines of up […]
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, when we were all grappling with the avalanche of concepts like ‘social distancing’ and ‘personal protective equipment’, the idea of contact tracing had many scratching their heads. In the age of automation, a manual process involving a team of people making calls and conducting interviews to find […]
Corporate data, whether stored on servers, in the cloud or on employee devices, presents new challenges and opportunities for your organisation. As data volumes increase, these challenges include safely and defensibly: — Mining corporate data to find and act upon key information quickly — Storing sensitive data, including client information and proprietary intellectual property — […]
Insights for litigation and investigations reviews With the majority of Australians (89%) owning a mobile phone1 and many working from home, the use of mobile devices is part of everyday life. For litigation and investigations, this valuable evidence is not collected as regularly as it could be. We explore some of the technical challenges, identify […]
Nina Mohadjer, a Senior Director in our Technology team in Germany recently featured on a recent Girls in Work podcast. Having lived and worked in many different countries and cultures, she talks about why you should never lose your femininity, and why being a woman in the world of business is your strength, not a […]
Data retention and minimisation played a key role in numerous cases and enforcement actions throughout 2020. Worryingly, the range of infractions varied widely, teaching us that it is certainly an area that is very challenging for organisations to address. In this webinar, Nina Bryant joins a panel of experts from Exterro and Verisure to provide […]
As businesses batten down to weather the implications of, and boost recovery from, the recent COVID-19 crisis, many are looking at strategic M&A to streamline, increase liquidity, divest the less functional edges of their corporate portfolio and merge with entities that strengthen their resilience. At the same time, across the globe, there is a trend […]
In this Q&A article Jon Chan, Alex Semertzides and Tom Jackson at FTI Consulting LLP, and Damian Taylor and Robert Worthington at Slaughter and May, discuss technology and the future of dispute resolution.
In this article originally published in Corporate Disputes, Nina Bryant (TECH, London) and Camilla Westlake (SC, London) discuss developing a privacy culture through effective training and awareness as part of a panel of experts.
The advantages and risks of blockchain adoption by fintech
GDPR has made data protection a reality not only for heavily regulated industries but for all organisations. Once seen purely as a legislative burden, GDPR compliance is now providing organisations with a range of benefits. The complexity of data means that today data protection requires collaboration between business, legal, IT, Information Security and DPOs, rather […]
Data is a strategic asset and GDPR has raised the profile of data management from the basements to the boardroom and assigned a strategic value to understanding our data, how we use it, where we store it, how it flows between systems and processes and ultimately how long it should be retained and protected. In […]
The traditional model was that clients instructed lawyers in a matter – a litigation case or a regulatory inquiry for example, and the lawyers then instructed experts at FTI Consulting to deal with the management of electronic data. That however, is changing explains Sam Farley in this video – it is not just litigation anymore […]
What’s left on the Brussels Legislative Agenda?
Wendy King talks about the always-available infrastructure of RelativityOne which allows FTI’s consultants to focus on clients needs using whatever tools are suitable for a matter. Wendy places a particular emphasis on the training and support which FTI Consulting gets from Relativity.
In this interview, Daryl Teshima talks about the significant benefits for clients in offering both industry-leading e-discovery and document review platforms Ringtail and Relativity in order to give clients the widest possible choice and also offers FTI’s experts a toolkit for solving problems big and small.
Craig Earnshaw has been working in FTI Consulting’s Technology segment for 10 years and had already spent ten years in the then-nascent e-discovery and Computer Forensics world before that. In this interview he talks about the changes which he has seen over that time, identifying three main changes. One is what he calls the “frequency […]
There is a danger of treating discovery as a purely formal process, something done simply in order to meet an obligation. As Craig Earnshaw puts it in this interview with Chris Dale, the identification of facts often appears as a mere by-product of that formal process.
FTI Consulting’s Matthew Field spoke with Chris Dale about the increased use of technology-assisted review and predictive coding in the UK