The Changing International Data Privacy Landscape – Litigation & Investigations in 2017 and Beyond

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This is a complimentary program sponsored by FTI Consulting.

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From Brexit to the US presidential election to the introduction of Privacy Shield and the adoption of the GDPR, 2016 has unfolded as a year of unprecedented change that will impact the way U.S. corporations interact with data in the EU, UK and Asia Pacific regions. Along with these political and regulatory shifts, ever-present cultural and language differences and logistical challenges present US-based companies with a number of obstacles to conducting cost-effective and defensible data collection, review and analysis overseas. This panel will discuss the importance of building a framework for managing multinational matters proactively in the era of regulatory change and upheaval at home and abroad.

Educational Objectives:
Program participants will gain an understanding of:
• The effect of regulatory and political changes including new US leadership, Privacy Shield, Brexit and the GDPR on cross-border practices
• Effects of the Shrems Facebook and Microsoft Ireland cases on corporations handling data in the EU
• Methods for navigating state secret laws, unpublished rules and the latest regulations in Singapore, Macau, China and Hong Kong
• Practical measures for minimizing risk and maximizing efficiency during cross-border matters

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
In-house counsel; any attorneys working with and advising companies operating internationally; litigation support professionals.

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Chris is the Head of Global eDiscovery, Digital Forensics, and Incident Response Technology for Juniper Networks based out of Silicon Valley. As a leading innovator in the eDiscovery technology space, he is well known for developing custom defensible solutions to execute on large scale discovery requests and federal investigations for Fortune 100 companies. As a Forensic Expert, Chris has assisted Federal and Local Government, as well as many private law firms with their cases. His consulting and expert witness testimony has led to convictions and settlements in numerous cases involving disputes over digital evidence and electronic data. He has recently completed the development of an entirely cloud based eDiscovery and forensic environment which spans the entire EDRM, can process over 1,000,000 emails a minute, and is in compliance with all international data privacy laws.



Troy Dunham is E-Discovery Program Manager for Adobe, an attorney licensed in California and an electronic discovery veteran. Troy has worked in eDiscovery since 1999 focusing on litigation readiness, meet-and-confer (FRCP 26(f)) sessions, collection, processing, review, and production. As a technologist with multiple technical certifications, Troy brings full-spectrum, hands-on eDiscovery experience to his engagements. As an executive, Troy brings perseverance, grit, and vision paired with exceptional leadership skills. "People want to be on whatever bus Troy is driving. They want to go where Troy leads them." Through his extensive technical and legal experience, Troy is able to create custom discovery strategies and legally defensible workflows to resolve clients’ cases while saving time and money. Over the past decade, he has worked on more than a thousand matters, including regulatory investigations and multi-billion dollar lawsuits involving hundreds of custodians and terabytes of data. He has participated in numerous meet-and-confer sessions, negotiated protective orders, drafted document preservation and production protocols, and participated in depositions of expert (FRCP 30(b)(6)) witnesses. Troy is licensed to practice law in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, and is a member of the American Bar Association Section of Science & Technology e-Discovery and Digital Evidence Committee. Troy’s expertise has allowed him to author several articles on discovery and forensics. In addition, he frequently speaks on e-discovery and litigation technology topics – including lectures and webinars about advanced document review techniques, CLE programs and more.



Jason Ray is a Managing Director in the FTI Technology Practice. Mr. Ray has over 34 years of experience in litigation support, technology services, and software development. He has deep expertise in all phases of the electronically stored information (ESI) lifecycle combined with a broad range of experience in software development, technology strategy, strategic planning and customer relationship management. In particular, Mr. Ray has focused his efforts at helping legal service companies implement scalable, high quality operations that deliver superb client service.

At FTI Consulting, Mr. Ray is a leader in the ESI lifecycle and technology consulting practice on the West Coast. Those services include litigation readiness, information governance, electronic evidence acquisition and analysis, document culling strategies, electronic evidence processing, document review systems and services, technology assisted reviews, and evidence production. He has personally managed dozens of multi-state and multi-national matters in the pharmacology, high technology, agriculture, manufacturing, retail and entertainment industries.

Mr. Ray completed a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems program through the University of Redlands, and was unanimously elected to the Whitehead Leadership Society. Prior to that Mr. Ray had been engaged in an aerospace engineering and physics curriculum at the University of California at Santa Barbara and the Santa Barbara Community College.