Use of Analytics in Regulatory Investigations
March 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Nuix recently conducted a global survey of over 30 regulators across several industries to review how regulators conducted their investigations from tip-off to conclusions. Identifying data sharing challenges, new data types, using analytic tools for visualization and end-user solutions. This webinar will share the findings of the survey, providing an insight into how regulators handle investigations.
Ari Kaplan, an attorney and legal industry analyst, is an inaugural Fastcase 50 honoree, a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management, and a finalist for ILTA’s Thought Leader of the Year award. He is the author of Reinventing Professional Services: Building Your Business in the Digital Marketplace (Wiley, 2011) and The Opportunity Maker: Strategies for Inspiring Your Legal Career Through Creative Networking and Business Development (West Academic, 2nd Ed. 2016). Kaplan serves as the principal researcher for a variety of widely distributed benchmarking reports, hosts the Virtual Lunch daily on Zoom, has been the keynote speaker for events worldwide, and is the founder of the Lawcountability® business development software platform and iPhone app. He is an avid swimmer, a self-taught, struggling, but hopeful, python coder, and a two-time Ironman triathlon finisher.
Stuart is an internationally respected investigations & cybersecurity expert who is responsible for the legal, corporate and investigation strategy and delivery at Nuix. Stuart also has consultancy experience across the areas of digital forensic, cybersecurity and eDiscovery, and has advised the United Nations’ peak cybersecurity body ITU providing cybersecurity training for over 60 national CERTs. Stuart has extensive business management, consultancy, and leadership expertise, enabling him to develop business strategies and development initiatives on a global basis.
Stuart holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) and a Bachelor of Science degree with honors in Computer Forensics. He also holds several professional certifications and has developed material for MSc programs as well as professional text books covering evidence preservation as well as published several industry-recognized white papers.
Mike is the Head of Investigations at BT. He and his team manage a range of internal and external challenges across the global estate, which includes the EE, Openreach and Plusnet brands. He manages and directs the response to a variety of incidents and investigations including fraud, physical, acquisitive, cyber enabled and illegal streaming, along with whistleblowing investigations and law enforcement engagement.
Mike’s two years at BT are underpinned with 17 years of policing as a Detective Inspector as an SIO for serious, organised and priority crime investigations, operational intelligence and front line operational policing. Mike has said he’s ‘really pleased to be part of the ACi and looking forward to contributing to a fantastic community, meeting members and helping it to grow through the superb professional development sharing opportunities.
Peter leads Deloitte’s Electronic Discovery function in the UK. He has 18 years’ experience in helping clients marshal their data in response to legal, regulatory and investigative issues. Peter is also part of the leadership team in Deloitte Analytics, specializing in Information Management. Throughout his career, Peter has led teams employing all the primary methods by which technology is used in investigations and dispute resolution.
Bryant handles all aspects of Global e-discovery and forensics, focusing on White Collar criminal litigation, anti-corruption and compliance-related matters. He has significant experience in the collection of data in multi-jurisdictional investigations and Data Privacy laws in foreign jurisdictions. During Bryant’s career, he has worked on numerous FCPA Investigations pursued by the U.S. Government. Bryant is a UK board member of ACEDS and a member of the Sedona Conference Working Group. He is a frequent panellist on topics of e-discovery and innovation and speaks regularly at LegalTech and SOLID (Summit on Legal Innovation & Disruption). Bryant is also a member of the Baker McKenzie Global Disputes Resolution Group’s eDiscovery Committee as well as the North American Litigation Practice Group’s eDiscovery Committee.
Joanna Ludlam is co-chair of Baker McKenzie’s Global Compliance & Investigations group. She is a partner in the Firm’s London office, where she also leads the market-leading Regulatory, Public & Media law team. Joanna’s principal areas of practice are corporate internal investigations, corporate compliance and complex business disputes. She regularly leads investigations of compliance issues, including in particular under the UK Bribery Act, for multinational corporations in multiple international jurisdictions. She also advises clients and their boards of directors on issues of corporate compliance and risk management, particularly with respect to anti-corruption matters, as well as on crisis and reputation management. Joanna focuses on bringing practical solutions to client issues, and designed the Firm’s innovative Investigations Academy, a comprehensive and state-of-the-art training programme for investigations practitioners. She is co-author of Baker McKenzie’s Connected Compliance thought leadership series. In 2016, Joanna was named as one of The Lawyer’s “Hot 100” for her practice, and is recognised by Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners.