What financial services professionals should know about collecting evidence for court cases
This free seminar will take place on the 13th December 2012 in the Clarion Hotel, IFSC, Dublin 1 from 7.30 am until 9.00 am (Continental Breakfast provided ).
With more information being stored in digital format, Forensics & eDiscovery are now omnipresent in litigations. Increasingly the courts show little patience with organisations who refuse to implement simple policies and procedures or who fail to respond quickly and effectively to litigation or regulatory action by providing relevant documents under strict deadlines.
Taking the wrong approach in eDiscovery can result in high costs, low productivity and could even compromise the investigation.
The session, which will be hosted by Espions technical director, Colm Murphy, is a unique opportunity for financial services professionals to understand their responsibilities and obligations in conducting forensically sound digital investigations both in the legal and corporate settings.
Espion will outline how leveraging advanced technologies and managing information assets enables organisations to respond correctly to a potential forensics investigation by maximising the amount of information preserved and avoiding costly common mistakes in the process.
Who Should Attend
IT, Legal, Compliance, Internal Audit, Records Management Professionals.
Espion has vast experience in the Financial Services sector and recently executed one of the biggest litigation-based eDiscovery projects ever carried out for Bank Austria, Vienna, spanning more than 20 million electronic documents. This large scale multi-jurisdictional litigation, involved working with various divisions within the bank including: IT, Legal, Compliance, Internal Audit and Records Management.
In addition to working with top in-house counsel, law firms, corporations and government agencies in Ireland, Espion has built a highly qualified and experienced international team with multi-jurisdictional expertise capable of navigating the obstacles associated with collecting and moving data from European countries (i.e. European Data Protection Legislation and European Banking Secrecy laws).
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The Aviation Finance Finuas Network is funded by member companies and the Finuas Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
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