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In today’s technical world, fraud and compliance violations are growing harder to detect as bad actors grow increasingly sophisticated in their methods and technology. From communications on cloud-based social media platforms, to bitcoin and cryptocurrency adoption, successful investigations will require a better understanding of the latest technical advancements.
This webcast will outline three case studies of recent corporate investigations showcasing emerging tactics, and how legal teams can use their own advanced processes and technology, including artificial intelligence, to stay one step ahead. Attendees will learn:
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Edward Rippey | Partner | Covington
Edward Rippey is a partner who litigates complex cases in several fields — with a focus on patent, gaming, and mining litigation. In addition, his matters have included such fields as antitrust, consumer, transportation, energy, sports, pharmaceutical, copyright, communications, and securities law. Mr. Rippey is co-chair of the Gaming Industry Practice, and represents integrated resorts and casinos as well as game manufacturers worldwide. He also is chair of the E-Discovery & Information Management Practice, and represents enormous multinational corporations in this arena.
Mr. Rippey is consistently ranked in Chambers Global, Chambers USA, Who’s Who Legal, and Super Lawyers. The Chambers rankings have noted that Mr. Rippey is a “savvy and forward-thinking” litigator who “combines specific knowledge with dynamite litigation skills, deposition analysis, and case oversight.
Rebecca Allen | CIP Associate Director, Records and Information Management | Astellas Pharma
Rebecca Allen is an information governance professional with 10 years of experience in global enterprise Records and Information Management and governance programs. Effective leader with excellent analytical and communication skills. Major strengths in global governance program creation and implementation. Skilled in global process development, improvement and compliance. A creative team member and recognized leader who consistently exceeds goals while proactively adapting to change.
Veeral Gosalia | Senior Managing Director, Technology | FTI Consulting
Veeral Gosalia is a Senior Managing Director in the FTI Technology segment and is based in New York. Mr. Gosalia’s areas of expertise include data preservation, data analysis, computer forensics and e-discovery. He has assisted attorneys and corporations in understanding the issues surrounding electronic evidence—including the acquisition, analysis and production of data. His industry experience includes the health care, consumer and industrial goods, entertainment, biotech, food retail and service, hospitality and insurance sectors.
David S. Turner | Senior Managing Director, Co-Leader of Data & Analytics, Forensic & Litigation Consulting | FTI Consulting
David Turner is a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting and is based in Washington, D.C. where he leads the Data & Analytics group for the Americas and serves as the Washington D.C. Office Manager and Forensic and Litigation Segment Coordinator. For more than twenty two years, Mr. Turner has provided consulting services to Fortune 500 clients in the areas of data analytics, focusing on event based transactions. His concentrations have included complex data acquisition and analysis, dispute resolution, investigation, regulatory and litigation response (including experience with FCPA and OFAC violations), information technology consulting and business performance improvement. Since 2017, Mr. Turner has been annually “Who’s Who Legal” as one of the top forty global data experts.