FTI Consulting data analytics

Better govern, secure, find, analyze
and rapidly understand data.

Advanced analytics, expert services and tenacious problem-solving to deliver results for corporations, law firms and government agencies.

eDiscovery consulting and services

E-Discovery & Investigations

Reduce cost and inefficiencies with expert e-discovery services that span the entire process.

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Information governance, privacy, & security

Information Governance, Privacy, & Security

Control data and manage risk with practical and flexible services.

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Legal operations

Corporate Legal Operations

Streamline technology and processes to optimize legal services across the organization.

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We've earned our reputation by helping clients navigate and solve their data-related business challenges.

As data grows in size and complexity, we help organizations better govern, secure, find, analyze and rapidly make sense of information. Innovative technology, expert services and tenacious problem-solving provide our global clients with defensible and repeatable solutions. Organizations rely on us to root out fraud, maintain regulatory compliance, reduce legal and IT costs, protect sensitive materials, quickly find facts and harness organizational data to create business value.

We are trusted experts in legal and regulatory matters.

Sophie Ross
Sophie Ross

Global Chief Executive Officer - Technology

"When we work with our clients, we try to understand not only what we need to achieve for the specific matter or issue, but how to solve the larger problem in a more holistic way. We do this by considering the problem from the client’s perspective and then applying the right combination of technology and expertise."

Resources

2023 Privacy and AI Governance Report

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2023 Privacy and AI Governance Report

This report explores the state of AI governance in organizations and its overlap with privacy management. We focused on companies’ change processes when striving to use AI according to responsible AI principles such as privacy, accountability, robustness, security, explainability, fairness and human oversight. This study aims to report on different approaches to governing AI in general and to explore how these nascent governance efforts intersect with existing privacy governance approaches

The 2023 General Counsel Report - Part Two - EMEA

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The 2023 General Counsel Report - Part Two - EMEA

Risk is now at the centre of every conversation in the modern legal department. Over four consecutive years of study in the annual General Counsel Report, in-house counsel have expressed how they’ve been required to evolve and reinvent their roles. Once seen only as risk mitigators, they have become strategic business partners and have taken on an array of new responsibilities across a widening risk landscape.

Five Resolutions for Intentional Legal Operations Improvements

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Five Resolutions for Intentional Legal Operations Improvements

In legal operations, the best laid plans often go awry. More than half of corporate legal departments are currently struggling to effectively implement business process improvements and/or manage their budgets as they work to reduce costs, accelerate service delivery and realize efficiencies. Despite their objectives to optimize across process, technology, vendor management, resource allocation and more, 53% either do not have or are still developing a defined roadmap and strategy. Against that backdrop, most expect that successfully realizing and solidifying their programs will persist as a leading challenge in the year ahead.

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