Regulatory requests are the number one reason for eDiscovery worldwide. These requests for information and documentation from regulatory bodies or external auditors are unannounced and can be very disruptive. Requests vary from straightforward questions to complex cross-border investigations, but should always be handled with the utmost consideration.
In this webinar, Johannes Scholtes will show how ZyLAB ONE eDiscovery simplifies the process of responding to these information requests in a timely and defensible matter and with the highest level of accuracy.
- Who are the regulators; what are the different type of investigations?
- What are the challenges of regulatory investigations?
- How can Data Science and Artificial Intelligence technology help?
- Protecting the confidentiality of Personal Data and other sensitive information, especially under the upcoming GDPR
- Practical use cases of regulatory information requests related to anti-trust, competition, fraud, bribery, financial-, environmental-, healthcare-, and export violations and the subsequent internal investigations or damage claims.
- Real life demonstrations of collecting, processing, reviewing and producing information.
Johannes C. Scholtes | Ph.D., Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer | ZyLAB
Johannes C. Scholtes, Ph.D. is chairman and chief strategy officer of ZyLAB. Scholtes. Before joining ZyLAB, Scholtes was a lieutenant in the intelligence department of the Royal Dutch Navy. Scholtes holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from Delft University of Technology and a Ph.D. in Computational Linguistics from the University of Amsterdam. As of 2008, he holds the Extraordinary Chair in Text Mining from the Department of Knowledge Engineering at the University of Maastricht.
May Tal Gongolevsky | Counsel; E-Discovery Advocacy and Management Team | Baker & Hostetler LLP
May Tal Gongolevsky counsels clients on issues relating to electronic discovery, data privacy, software licensing, and general law and technology issues. As an attorney with a technical background as a computer programmer, she understands, advises and counsels clients on a myriad of legal and technical questions relating to the electronic discovery process, data mapping and technology licensing. Having practiced abroad, May Tal is sensitive to legal and cultural differences that arise during international transactions negotiations, U.S. proceedings involving foreign participants, and data protection and data privacy issues. A resourceful and client-focused advocate, she remains abreast of developments in the ever-changing fields of e-discovery and data privacy in order to understand and assist with the complex hurdles her clients face.
Mary Mack | Executive Director | ACEDS
Mary is known for her skills in relationship and community building as well as for the depth of her e-discovery knowledge. Frequently sought out by media for comment on industry issues, she has spoken at venues including Gartner Symposium, the American Bar Association International Law Committee, the Association of Corporate Counsel annual conference, and others. Mary is the author of A Process of Illumination: The Practical Guide to Electronic Discovery, considered by many to be the first popular book on e-discovery. She is the co-editor of the Thomson Reuters West treatise, eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel. Prior to joining ACEDS, Mary most recently served in a leadership role for ZyLab, a global provider of e-discovery and intelligent information governance software. Before that, she was with Fios, Inc. a provider of e-discovery services to Fortune 1,000 corporations and major law firms. A member of the Illinois State Bar, Mary received her bachelor’s degree from Le Moyne College and her law degree from Northwestern University School of Law.