In this podcast episode for Conventus Law, Gino Bello discusses navigating the evolving data privacy regulatory environment in Asia with Sandeep Jadav and Tim de Sousa.
FTI Consulting's Ben Crew and Shahin Shamsabadi joined Thomson Reuters – Practical Law to discuss the creation of resilient data privacy programmes in the Middle East.
Red flag issues for global and regional business
In this webinar Jon Asprey, (Managing Director at FTI Consulting), Thomas Hammp, (Senior Technical Staff Member – AI Governance at IBM) and Oscar Hayward (Associate at Latham & Watkins), explore what organisations could and should be doing to prepare for increased AI adoption.
The UAE Government has recently introduced a new data privacy law. Watch this video as experts, Ben Crew, Head of Information Governance, Privacy, and Security MENA at FTI Consulting and Hamed Halawani, Head of Risk Specialists, Middle East, and North Africa at Thomson Reuters discuss these new laws in detail and what the implications are for businesses in the UAE.
Innovation within the technology industry was essentially the genesis for data as we know it today. Ironically, data within technology corporations is now positioned to become the centre of some of the most intense competition scrutiny and enforcement on record.
Over the last three years, FTI Technology and Relativity have charted the continually shifting and expanding role of general counsel through an annual survey-driven report. In this year’s study, The General Counsel Report 2022, the role of the GC is analyzed with the understanding that the widening risk landscape has permanently expanded the role, demanding endurance from today’s corporate legal leaders.
Navigating investigations has become increasingly complex for organizations. Drivers include a permanent shift to a hybrid work environment prompted by Covid-19 pandemic. The continued acceleration of new technologies and methods of communication within organizations. And greater regulatory scrutiny, rules and fines across jurisdictions and sectors.
The pandemic has impacted us all in many ways. For some, it has meant pausing, reassessing priorities and charting a course for the future. The same can be said for legal departments. Over the last year, many reports have been published indicating legal teams are seeking greater control of legal spend and self-sufficiency through technology modernization. While the goal for corporate legal is clear, to “do more with less,” the path to get there, what is needed and who should be involved, is not. To better understand the changes sought by law departments to increase efficiency through technology, FTI Consulting and the Blickstein Group conducted a study analyzing the road to technology modernization.
In this interview, Craig Earnshaw reflects on his most outstanding career achievements, the importance of electronic evidence, and challenges associated with modern investigations.