In April, 62% of U.S. employees worked from home according to Gallup, reflecting a global migration to remote environments as the COVID-19 pandemic spread. Many companies were inadequately prepared for the speed and scale of this migration and the choices these organizations and their employees made will have a long-term impact on investigations over the next five years, including:
- How to identify and preserve emerging data sources for employee and customer communication
- Implementing information governance policies for continued remote work
- Negotiating collection processes and formats with government regulators
View this recorded webcast to learn from industry experts on what antitrust legal teams can expect as the “new normal” for investigations in the coming years.
Managing Director, FTI Technology
Andrea Levine is a Managing Director within the Technology practice of FTI Consulting and is based in New York. In this role, Ms. Levine advises clients on the use of advanced analytics technology and methodologies to expedite fact-finding and case development for investigations and complex discovery matters.
Ms. Levine is an expert in antitrust investigations and litigation, with nearly a decade of experience managing some of the largest mergers within industry. This includes assessing potential antitrust risks, conducting client interviews, drafting narrative responses, managing the legal review and production process, as well as interacting with regulators on behalf of clients. In addition, she has conducted offensive depositions, liaised with expert witnesses and prepared compliance policies and training materials for clients. Her experience spans multiple industries, including healthcare, retail, distribution and transportation.
Fiona Schaeffer is an international antitrust lawyer with over 25 years of experience practicing on both sides of the Atlantic. Clients entrust Ms. Schaeffer with the defense of “bet-the-company” criminal and civil cases as well as their most complex transactions. She counsels clients in a variety of industries, with a particular depth of experience in healthcare, financial services, energy, media and communications.
Ms. Schaeffer regularly represents clients in FTC and DOJ investigations and follow on class actions in the US and internationally. She also counsels clients on optimizing intellectual property rights and licensing, distribution and marketing practices without creating unnecessary legal risks. Ms. Schaeffer began her legal career in the UK, and has appeared before courts and regulators throughout the EU as well as other significant antitrust enforcement agencies around the world.
Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth
Craig leads the firm’s cartel and antitrust investigations practice. He brings 13 years of experience as a federal prosecutor to assist clients with issues concerning international and domestic antitrust matters, including cartel defense, criminal enforcement investigations and litigation.