Category Archives: FTI Consulting

FTI Consulting expands Relativity support in Australia

The eDiscovery software and services market has developed in ways which few of us predicted. Three broad lines were, however, discernible a while back – that consolidation would reduce the number of players in the market, that the market would … Continue reading

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RelativityOne data migration services from FTI Consulting

FTI Consulting has been one of the Relativity’s most active partners in the use of Relativity’s SaaS platform RelativityOne. Some of the benefits of that are described in my most recent interview with Wendy King of FTI on the subject. … Continue reading

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FTI Consulting on building a global IG and discovery program

A recent article in Corporate Disputes Magazine looks at some of the factors – notably leadership and strategy – involved in building a global information governance and discovery programme. It includes input from Craig Earnshaw and Sonia Cheng of FTI … Continue reading

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Interview: Wendy King of FTI Consulting on managing international eDiscovery with RelativityOne

At Relativity Fest in London, I spoke to Wendy King of FTI Consulting’s Technology segment about FTI’s use of RelativityOne. FTI is a global consultancy, offering Relativity across four continents. Most of its matters span multiple jurisdictions, Wendy King said, and … Continue reading

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Interview: Brian Stuart and Glenn Barden of FTI Consulting on the uses of Relativity Trace

At Relativity Fest in London, I spoke to Brian Stuart and Glenn Barden of FTI Consulting about FTI’s use of Relativity Trace on behalf of clients. I began by asking what Relativity Trace is. Brian Stuart said that Relativity Trace … Continue reading

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Some pictures from Relativity Fest London 2019

Here are some pictures from Relativity Fest London which occupied large premises in Houndsditch, and (pleasurably) a large amount of my time, earlier this week. Bigger and better than ever, was the general view. Relativity CEO Andrew Sieja opens the … Continue reading

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FTI Consulting and the increasing cross-over between information governance, privacy and security

In the beginning was eDiscovery and, alongside it, the barely-regarded business of records management. EDiscovery brought obvious risk – of losing a case or, in the US, of being sanctioned for non-compliance with a court rule. Records management appeared to … Continue reading

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Interview: JR Jenkins of Nuix on the success of the integration between Nuix and Ringtail

I have known JR Jenkins, now at Nuix with the rest of Ringtail, for many years. We have had long discussions over that time once or twice a year, talking not only about Ringtail but also about the developments in … Continue reading

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eDiscovery training at the White House from ACEDS, Ricoh and FTI

Behind the headlines and the high politics, the White House is a government department whose Executive Office must deal with information governance, records management and IT like any other department. ACEDS (the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists) recently took a … Continue reading

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Interview: Thomas Sely of FTI Consulting on the growing need for FTI’s eDiscovery services in France

Thomas Sely is Senior Director – eDiscovery and Forensic Technologies at FTI Consulting in Paris. I interviewed him in London recently, interested to know more about the demand for forensic technology in France, where FTI has been expanding its technology … Continue reading

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Interview: Chris Hatfield of FTI Consulting on changing trends in forensic data collections

Christopher Hatfield is an expert in digital forensics, cyber and eDiscovery at FTI Consulting in London. I spoke to him recently about changing trends in forensic data collections.   Chris Hatfield said that Google and Microsoft now have discovery interfaces … Continue reading

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Interview: Brian Stuart of FTI Consulting on the opportunities to add value and new services with Relativity

It is noticeable that eDiscovery and the subjects which are grouped around it are becoming more interesting to those who work in it. I don’t mean merely that there is more work around, but that the participants are finding it … Continue reading

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Interview: Nina Bryant of FTI Consulting on privacy developments after the GDPR implementation date

I recently interviewed Nina Bryant of FTI Consulting to ask her what she was seeing six months after the implementation of the GDPR (the General Data Protection Regulation). It had been the cause of much nervous anticipation, and I was … Continue reading

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Interview: Sam Farley of FTI Consulting on the changing eDisclosure expectations of corporate clients

Sam Farley is a Senior Consultant at FTI Consulting in London. I went to see him to find out how corporate clients are approaching the use of electronic disclosure tools and skills. The traditional model was that clients instructed lawyers … Continue reading

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Interview: Stephen Stewart of Nuix talking about Ringtail, and a Ringtail demo

I have recorded around 50 interviews recently, and only now get the opportunity to go back through them. One advantage of the interviews which I did with Nuix is that Nuix did the filming and editing. Chatting to interesting people … Continue reading

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Interview: Matthew Field of FTI Consulting on the growing use of technology-assisted review in the UK

Matthew Field is a Director at FTI Consulting in London. I interviewed him recently about the increase in the use of the technology which is known variously as technology-assisted review and predictive coding (and which I will call “TAR” for … Continue reading

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FTI Consulting expands its technology capabilities in the Middle East, UK and India

FTI Consulting has significantly expanded its services in forensic technology, data and analytics by appointing five senior managing directors in the Middle East, the UK and India. The five (pictured below) are Paul Walker, Amit Jaju, Andrew Pimlott, Muthmainur Rahman … Continue reading

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