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Yeong Zee Kin

Yeung Zee Kin
CIO and Senior Register, Singapore Supreme Court

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Menachem M. Hasofer

Menachem Hasofer
Partner, Mayer Brown JSM

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Patrick K. Strong

Patrick K. Strong
Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting

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Chris Dale

Chris Dale
eDisclosure Information Project

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Paul Taylor

Paul Taylor
Managing Director, Consilio

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Jonathan Witts

Jonathan Witts
Head of Litigation at BNP Paribas

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Kate Chan

Kate Chan, Regional Managing Director Legal Technologies, Asia Pacific, Kroll Ontrack

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David gramham

Stuart Clarke
Director of Investigation Services, Nuix

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Tamir Sigal

Tamir Sigal
Vice President of Marketing, RSD Information Governance Solutions

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Ken Gamble

Alan Watkins
Business Development Manager - eDiscovery, Symantec

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Steve Couling

Steve Couling
Director of International Sales, Relativity by kCura

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Andrew Dale

Andrew Dale
Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

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micky lo

Micky Lo
Head of Information Risk Management APAC, Bank of New York Mellon

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sophia pk

Sophia Yap
Deputy Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Global, CBRE

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BarclaytBlair Alt

Barclay T. Blair
Principal, ViaLumina

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Craig Macaulay

Craig Macaulay
Executive Director, Korda Mentha

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Gary Shek

Gary Shek
Director of Business Development and Operations, APAC, Nikec Solution

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Amanda Beattie

Amanda Beattie
Senior Associate, King & Wood

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Denis Brock

Denis Brock
Partner, King & Wood Mallesons

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Dean Ward

Dean Ward
Head of Enhanced Due Diligence, Thomson Reuters

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Dmitri Hubbard

Dmitri Hubbard
Regional Director, Legal Services Consulting, Asia Pacific, Control Risks

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Philip Rohlik

Philip Rohlik
Counsel, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

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Stephen Yu

Stephen Yu
VP - Information Management Services, AlixPartners

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Nick Rich

Nick Rich
Lead Solutions Adviser, Epiq Systems

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Celeste Kemper

Celeste Kemper
Director, Document Review Services, Asia, Epiq Systems

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Kerri Le

Kerri Le
Senior Product Marketing Manager, Asia Pacific, Symantec

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Lung Kim-wan

Lung Kim-wan
Deputy Registrars, High Court

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Judge David Harvey

Judge David Harvey
New Zealand District Court

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Judge David Harvey

Loren Harper
Head of Practice Support, Simmons and Simmons

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Dominic Wai

Dominic Wai
Partner, Baker & McKenzie

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Laura Kibbe

Laura Kibbe
Senior Vice President, Epiq Systems eDiscovery

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Kenneth Inocencio

Ken Inocencio
Senior Solutions Manager - APAC, Nuix

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Raymond Goh

Raymond Goh
Vice President - IBD Legal, Barclays

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Yeong Zee Kin

Yeung Zee Kin
CIO and Senior Register, Singapore Supreme Court

Yeong Zee Kin commenced his career as Deputy Public Prosecutor and State Counsel, Attorney-General's Chambers where he prosecuted inter alia computer and white collar crimes He has developed an in-depth knowledge and experience in electronic evidence, digital forensics and investigatory powers. He was also appointed an Assistant Director, Computer & Information Systems Department of the Attorney-General's Chambers. He was subsequently appointed an Assistant Registrar of the Supreme Court and its CIO, before he eventually left for a stint in private practice. He is presently trying to develop the area of electronic discovery in Singapore.

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Menachem M. Hasofer

Menachem Hasofer
Partner, Mayer Brown JSM

Menachem Hasofer is a partner of Mayer Brown JSM and Co-Leader of the Firm’s International Arbitration Group. He is experienced in litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution with an emphasis on handling documents-intensive disputes arising from building construction and infrastructure projects.

Menachem advises companies on records retention and management, including storage and retrieval of electronically stored information and e-discovery. He is a co-author of chapters on international litigation and arbitration in Electronic Discovery Deskbook, published by Practising Law Institute, and is an active member of the Hong Kong Judiciary’s working group for its forthcoming Practice Direction for an e-Discovery Pilot Scheme.

Menachem also has significant experience in public / administrative law cases, particularly in representing Hong Kong land owners and NGOs in judicial review proceedings concerning town planning, environmental and land lease decisions.

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Patrick K. Strong

Patrick K. Strong
Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting

Patrick Strong is a senior managing director in the FTI Technology practice and is based in Denver. Mr. Strong is a co-founder of FTI Technology and leads a team responsible for global sales, marketing and strategy for the practice. He has extensive experience consulting in all aspects of electronic discovery including search technology, database structure and design, data manipulation, production work flow, demonstrative development and trial presentation. He is a database and Windows programming expert and served as architect and chief programmer in the development of FTI’s proprietary presentation software, TrialMax.

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Chris Dale

Chris Dale
eDisclosure Information Project

Chris Dale qualified as an English solicitor in 1980 after reading History at Oxford. He was a litigation partner in London and then a litigation software developer and litigation support consultant before turning to commentary on electronic disclosure / discovery. He runs the e-Disclosure Information Project which disseminates information about the court rules, the problems, and the technology to lawyers and their clients, to judges, and to suppliers. He writes the UK's only authoritative and objective web site and blog on the subject and is a well-known speaker and commentator in the UK, the US and other common law jurisdictions.

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Paul Taylor

Paul Taylor
Managing Director, Consilio

Paul Taylor is the Managing Director in Hong Kong at Consilio and is responsible for all activities in the Asia Pacific region. He serves as the driving force behind the growth of the company in the region.

Paul specializes in managing large-scale electronic evidence matters, and is frequently called upon to produce written reports on his findings. Over the past fifteen years he has testified as an expert witness in Computer Forensics in multiple jurisdictions and has also acted as a Court Appointed Third Party Computer Forensic Expert. He regularly advises and educates attorneys and information-technology professionals on best practices and principles of Computer Forensics; the effect of data protection law on international data collection, preservation, and discovery; and the role of modern Computer Forensics in fraud investigations. In his ten years at Consilio, he has conducted work in the United States, United Kingdom, Iceland, Israel, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Germany, Canada, Mexico, and Singapore.

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Jonathan Witts

Jonathan Witts
Head of Litigation at BNP Paribas

Jon is Head of Litigation, Asia-Pacific for BNP Paribas. He advises on regulatory investigations and all forms of dispute management and resolution, including litigation, arbitration and ADR, covering all areas of the bank’s business, from corporate and investment banking to private wealth management, in over a dozen jurisdictions in the region.

Before joining BNP Paribas, Jon spent over 10 years with Allen & Overy, during which he was based in their Hong Kong, London and Bangkok offices, and advised on a broad range of disputes and regulatory matters, primarily for financial services clients.

Jon is qualified as a solicitor in Hong Kong and a solicitor advocate in England & Wales.

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Kate Chan

Kate Chan
Regional Managing Director Legal Technologies, Asia Pacific, Kroll Ontrack

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David gramham

Stuart Clarke
Director of Investigation Services, Nuix

Stuart Clarke is Director of Investigation Services at Nuix where he is responsible globally for developing the Nuix Investigator product suite and collaborating with customers and partners to ensure Nuix software helps them improve the way they conduct digital investigations. Clarke is highly experienced in criminal and civil computer forensic investigations. Prior to his role at Nuix, Clarke was Head of Forensics and Technical Operations at Millnet and formerly Principal Consultant at PA Consulting Group. He has also provided expert evidence to civil and criminal courts across multiple jurisdictions including the United Kingdom’s Technology and Construction Court.

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Tamir Sigal

Tamir Sigal
Vice President of Marketing, RSD Information Governance Solutions

Tamir Sigal is the Vice President of Marketing and Strategy at RSD, a leading provider of information governance software solutions. He has over 16 years of experience in governance, enterprise archiving, document management, records management, and regulatory affairs. He has worked with dozens of global organizations on various topics such as compliance, archiving strategies, eDiscovery requirements, and information governance.

Before joining RSD, Tamir held senior level positions at Aris Global and Mobius Management Systems. Tamir earned a Bachelor Science degree in Marketing from the University at Buffalo and has presented at numerous industry events as well as other company related conferences and seminars.

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Alan Watkins
Business Development Manager - eDiscovery, Symantec

Alan Watkins has worked for law firms and companies, bridging the gap between legal and IT for12 years. Prior to joining Clearwell 2 years ago, Alan worked as a Senior Analyst for Latham and Watkins for the European and Middle Eastern Offices. Alan is a technical expert in the area of legal software, and his predominant role with Symantec is to position customers for success with their understanding of the Clearwell eDiscovery platform.

He has expertise in the area of how Clearwell capabilities relate to archiving, and improve the management of data. Alan regularly consults with the Fortune 1000 and law firms alike to teach them best practices for internal investigations, law suits, and regulatory matters. Alan’s role is global with particular concentration in the Asia Pacific region, but has also worked extensively in the United Kingdom and United States.

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Steve Couling

Steve Couling
Director of International Sales, Relativity by kCura

Steve joined kCura in 2012 as Director of International Sales. In this role, he is responsible for managing international sales outside of North America and Canada, which include corporations, law firms, and government agencies with on-premises installations of Relativity. Prior to kCura, he was the Head of Global Sales for LDM Global, a London-based legal technology service provider specialising in e-disclosure projects worldwide. From 2005 to 2009, Steve served as a U.K. Sales Manager for Toshiba. Steve’s background in global technology sales and managed services has provided him with an understanding of customer technology needs and issues across numerous jurisdictions. Steve received a bachelor’s degree in architecture and building management from Nottingham Trent University.

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Andrew Dale

Andrew Dale
Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Mr. Andrew Dale, a partner in Orrick's Hong Kong office, is a member of the firm’s Litigation Group. He concentrates his practice on complex contentious matters including commercial litigation, corporate investigations and international arbitration.

In recent years, he has advised public and private multinational corporates, Hong Kong-listed companies and financial services institutions in their disputes and investigation matters across Asia, with a specific focus on PRC-related issues. Mr. Dale has also represented clients in international arbitrations under HKIAC, UNCITRAL and ICC rules.

He acts in the most sensitive types of matters involving multinational corporations and understands the complexities and requirements of each step of the legal processes including e-Discovery to managing crisis communications.

Mr. Dale is admitted in Hong Kong and England & Wales.

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micky lo

Micky Lo
Head of Information Risk Management APAC, Bank of New York Mellon

Over 20 years of IT experience in Financial Service Industry that spans across a diversified IT management disciplines including regional and location management, IT and security architecture, distributed computing engineering, technology infrastructure operation, outsourcing/in-sourcing management, IT risk management and technology audit.

Specialties: Information and resilience risk management skills, technical architecture, IT service delivery, Data Center Operation Management, IT products engineering, people management, IT regulation, six sigma project management, negotiation and influence skills, IT process re-engineering.

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Sophia Yap
Deputy Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Global, CBRE

Sophia P.K. Yap is CBRE Group’s Global Deputy Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer and is responsible for the company’s Global Anti-Corruption Program. P.K. also serves on the Asia Pacific Strategic Group where she works directly with the Asia Pacific CEO & Chairman and other regional CEOs and business leaders to provide risk management advice on the implementation of strategic tactical business plans and objectives as well as best practices and process improvements for the company. As Chairman & Founder of the CBRE Women’s Network in Hong Kong, P.K. helps to promote diversity and talent development. In her immediate past role as Asia Pacific General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer at CBRE, P.K. established the legal and compliance team in Asia Pacific and has oversaw all regional responsibilities and management across Asia Pacific for the legal and compliance team on all legal, regulatory, risk management, compliance and corporate governance (e.g. Sarbanes Oxley Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) related matters.

Prior to joining CBRE, P.K. has taken up various roles as General Counsel and business role as Senior Vice-President of LNS Partners, a private equity firm with a focus in real state funds, retail chain store developments, infrastructure and utility projects, amongst others; held various roles at General Electric as Asia Pacific Senior Counsel - Compliance & Litigation, Asia Pacific Counsel - GE Medical Systems Information Technologies and Asia Pacific Technology Counsel at GE Healthcare, a division of General Electric Inc. Whilst at General Electric, P.K. has also served in leadership roles as Chairman of GE Women’s Network and Chairman of GE Volunteers covering North Asia. P.K. was trained as a Commercial and Intellectual Property Counsel with Baker & McKenzie in Hong Kong and has also previously worked as a business and consumer banker at Adelaide Bank and the ANZ Banking Group in Australia.

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Barclay T. Blair
Principal, ViaLumina

Barclay T. Blair is an advisor to Fortune 500 companies, software and hardware vendors, and government institutions, and is an author, speaker, and internationally recognized authority on information governance. Barclay has led several high-profile consulting engagements at the world’s leading institutions to help them globally transform the way they manage information. He is the president and founder of ViaLumina and the Executive Director and founder of the Information Governance Initiative.

Barclay is the award-winning author of the books Information Nation: Seven Keys to Information Management Compliance; Information Nation Warrior; and Privacy Nation. Barclay has written and edited dozens of publications, speaks internationally on information management compliance issues, and has instructed at George Washington University. Barclay has also edited and contributed to several books, including: Email Rules; Secure Electronic Commerce; and Professional XML. Barclay is currently writing Information Governance for Dummies.

Barclay has presented to industry groups such as the Financial Services Roundtable, American Bar Association, American Counsel of Life Insurers, BNA Litigation Forum, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), ARMA International, AIIM International, and the Society of Quality Assurance. In addition, Barclay speaks at dozens of conferences and events each year. Barclay is frequently interviewed by media outlets about information governance.

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Craig Macaulay

Craig Macaulay
Executive Director, Korda Mentha

Craig has participated in and managed teams on a range of computer forensic and electronic discovery engagements with law firms and government departments throughout Oceania. Craig’s work with these engagements includes the following:

Craig has also been involved in investigations of fraud and improper conduct in particular using computers and the data stored on them. He has developed a specialty in interrogating various accounting, ERP and custom systems.

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Gary Shek

Gary Shek
Director of Business Development and Operations, APAC, Nikec Solution

Gary is the Director of BD and Operations of Nikec Solutions Asia Ltd. (formerly Copitrak Systems Asia Ltd.), the reference in print and information management solutions. He joined the company in 2002 when the company first established the Asia Pacific headquarter in Hong Kong.

Since then, Gary has been actively participating in the consultation and deployment of print management strategies in legal firms including some of the magic circle firms in Asia, UK and in the US. These strategies typically included cost recovery, cost reduction plans, document workflow optimization etc… Gary has profoundly established the company as a specialist in these fields.

Throughout the years, Gary had witnessed how print and information management is structured into different firms' practices across countries and consequently increase the firms’ operational effectiveness as well as tangible and intangible profitability in a measurable and traceable manner.

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Amanda Beattie

Amanda Beattie
Senior Associate, King & Wood

Amanda is a senior associate in the Hong Kong Office of King & Wood Mallesons where she specialises in commercial/financial services litigation and contentious regulatory matters. Prior to joining the Hong Kong office, Amanda was a senior associate in the Sydney office of Mallesons.

Amanda has acted for a broad range of clients including financial institutions, insurance companies, professional services firms and listed companies in large and complex disputes in Hong Kong and Australia. Amanda has also represented clients in investigations by the SFC, HKSE, HKMA, ASIC and ASX.

Amanda has published numerous articles and presented seminars on commercial disputes and regulatory matters. She is also a contributing author of Commercial Litigation in Hong Kong: A Practical Guide and LexisNexis Practical Guidance series.

Amanda is admitted to practise law in Hong Kong and New South Wales, Australia.

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Denis Brock

Denis Brock
Partner, King & Wood Mallesons

Denis is a partner in the Hong Kong office of King and Wood Mallesons. He specialises in commercial, corporate and regulatory litigation and arbitration. His experience over the years has included minority shareholder litigation, professional negligence claims (particularly auditors, brokers and lawyers), banking litigation, fraud investigations and PRC related disputes. He advises on risk management and on regulatory issues. His industry focus includes banks, corporates (recently in the oil & gas sector), accounting firms, insurance companies and brokers.

Prior to joining King & Wood Mallesons, Denis was a senior partner in the litigation and dispute resolution practice of a leading international law firm. Denis practised from that firm's office in Hong Kong for 14 years, nine of which he headed the litigation and dispute resolution practice in Asia.

Denis is regularly recognised as a leading dispute and insurance practitioner in Asia and the UK.

Denis is qualified as a Solicitor Advocate in England and has regularly acted as Counsel before the Courts in England. He is admitted to practise law in England and Wales, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand and New York State.

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Dean Ward

Dean Ward
Head of Enhanced Due Diligence, Thomson Reuters

Dean Ward is the Head of Enhanced Due Diligence sales in Thomson Reuters Risk business segment. In this role, he provides due diligence solutions to some of the world’s largest financial institutions, software houses, oil, and pharmaceutical companies.

Dean joined the due diligence industry in 2006 as a researcher for Hill & Associates and over the years has gained invaluable experience overseeing and managing due diligence investigations. His career took him to IntegraScreen and World-Check, before they were both acquired by Thomson Reuters. He has worked on everything from IPOs, M&A deals, and joint ventures, providing advice on and the tools for due diligence assisting them in identifying and preventing potential operational, legal and reputational risk.

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Dmitri Hubbard

Dmitri Hubbard
Regional Director, Legal Services Consulting, Asia Pacific, Control Risks

Dmitri Hubbard is Market Director, Legal Technologies & Consulting, Asia Pacific. Based in Hong Kong, Dmitri focuses on internal and regulatory investigations, international and cross border litigation, arbitration and white collar crime. He has worked with many of the top 100 law firms and general counsels for many of the Global 1000 companies across Asia, Australasia, the UK and the US. Dmitri also specialises in advising clients on regulatory and litigation matters involving data privacy concerns, forensic investigations, electronic discovery, data migration, data mapping, evidence management, document review and analysis. Often this work has been commissioned in the context of accusations of dishonesty, fraud, bribery, extortion, spoliation of data and illegal or improper activities or relationships.

Highlights of Dmitri’s recent experience include:

Before joining Control Risks, Dmitri worked in Asia for ten years in the legal and technology space, including for a litigation support and electronic discovery firm specializing in large regulatory and litigation matters. In his earlier career, he worked for large publishing and technology firms with specialization in legal and professional topics. Before that he was a lawyer in London with a major international law firm and earlier worked for publishing and media organizations and the foreign office in New Zealand.

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Philip Rohlik

Philip Rohlik
Counsel, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Philip Rohlik is a member of the firm’s Litigation Group whose practice focuses on international investigations, securities law and dispute resolution. Mr. Rohlik’s varied practice has included representation of U.S. and multinational companies in complex litigation and investigations, with a particular focus on Asia. He has represented clients from the financial services, pharmaceutical/health care, engineering, manufacturing, insurance and entertainment sectors in connection with white collar litigation, regulatory investigations, domestic and international arbitration and domestic litigation. Mr. Rohlik also regularly counsels corporate clients on regulatory issues arising in the course of their business around the globe or in connection with M&A transactions.

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Stephen Yu

Stephen Yu
VP - Information Management Services, AlixPartners

Mr. Stephen Yu is a VP with AlixPartners in Shanghai, China. He is responsible for managing AlixPartners’ Computer Forensics, Electronic Discovery and Data Analytics services in Mainland China.

After years gaining solid technical experience in enterprise IT, Stephen moved onto the world of investigations with the aid of forensic technology, and has worked for Ferrier Hodgson in Sydney and KPMG in Shanghai before joining AlixPartners.

Stephen, working together with the AlixPartners’ Financial Service team, has been providing assistance to clients in:

Being a native Chinese and has over 10 years’ experience in China, Australia and United States, Stephen has advised multinational clients on issues specific to China such as privacy and state secrets concerns.

Stephen is a certified computer forensic examiner (EnCE) and speaks Chinese and English.

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Nick Rich

Nick Rich
Lead Solutions Adviser, Epiq Systems

Nick Rich has over 20 years of experience in delivering document and business process management solutions. At Epiq Systems he advises corporate clients on implementing documented processes for e-discovery. He specialises in Discovery with Audio and is responsible both for helping to create cost effective and repeatable workflows in specific matters, as well as setting up managed services to reduce ongoing litigation and investigative costs. He sees advanced technologies as a means of adding rigour and control to the e-discovery process.

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Celeste Kemper

Celeste Kemper
Director, Document Review Services, Asia, Epiq Systems

Celeste Kemper serves as the Director of Document Review Services Asia for Epiq Systems. Celeste manages multilingual teams of lawyers and paralegals for document review and audio review projects in Hong Kong, and assists law firm and corporate clients in the creation and implementation of review protocols, training materials and best practices. Prior to Epiq Systems, she was an Assistant Attorney General at the Texas Attorney General’s office where she was responsible for investigating and prosecuting health care fraud cases. She has managed large scale discovery activity in regulatory enforcement actions and served on a trial team that obtained a record-setting jury verdict for civil fraud.

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Kerri Le

Kerri Le
Senior Product Marketing Manager, Asia Pacific, Symantec

Kerri Le is the senior product marketing manager for Asia Pacific for the Intelligent Information Group and the Storage and Availability Management Group. Le is responsible for developing and managing the enterprise portfolio products and driving profitable revenue growth for the business unit.

Le has more than fourteen years experience in sales and marketing development in the IT industry with a proven track record in leading and managing business development throughout Asia Pacific. Le has extensive experience in business planning, sales enablement, new product launches and has had in-depth experience in channel development.

Le holds a degree in Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Sydney.

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Lung Kim-wan

Lung Kim-wan
Deputy Registrars, High Court

Mr Registrar LUNG was born in 1953. He was admitted as Solicitor in Hong Kong and the Supreme Court of England in 1984 and 1988 respectively. He was admitted as Barrister of the Federal Court of High Court of Australia in 1988 and Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Australian Territory Capital in the same year. He was later admitted Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 1990. Mr LUNG was in private practice between 1984 and 1990. He joined the Hong Kong Judiciary as Magistrate in 1990 and was appointed as Principal Presiding Officer of the Labour Tribunal in 1997. He was appointed as Deputy Registrars of the High Court in 2000.

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Judge David Harvey

Judge David Harvey
New Zealand District Court

Judge David Harvey is from Auckland, New Zealand and was appointed as a District Court Judge in 1989. He was educated at Kings School and Kings College in Auckland. He spent a year in Minnesota, United States of America as an American Field Service Scholar and graduated LLB from the University of Auckland in 1969. He obtained a Master of Jurisprudence Degree from the University of Waikato in 1994. He practised as a litigator in South Auckland, Hamilton, West Auckland and Auckland City before his appointment.

Judge Harvey has been interested in computers and the potential of computers since 1980 and was involved in introduction of word processing and computerised trust accounting to the firm in which he was a partner. Since his appointment Judge Harvey has been closely involved with Information Technology initiatives involving the Judiciary including the development of trial management software.

In addition to his Judicial duties, Judge Harvey is consultant editor for Butterworths "Electronic Business and Technology Law" and a member of the Editorial Board for Butterworths "Technology Law Forum". He is a part-time lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Auckland, teaching Law and Information Technology. He has written extensively in the field of law and technology and has presented a number of papers to Conferences both in New Zealand and overseas on related topics. He was Chair of the Copyright Tribunal (2002 – 2008) and has had published a book on the law and networked systems entitled internet.law.nz - Selected Issues , now in its third edition. He recently completed a PhD degree.

In addition to computing the Judge's interests include reading, photography, diving and water sports. He swims daily. He has written two books on non-legal topics "Dragon Smoke and Magic Song" (1984) a collection of children's stories, and "The Song of Middle-earth - J.R.R. Tolkiens Themes, Symbols and Myths" (1985), an academic study of the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien. Judge Harvey won the Television Mastermind Title in 1980 and the International Mastermind title in 1981. His topic was "The Lord of the Rings"

Judge Harvey sat at Manukau in Auckland, New Zealand for 20 years before transferring to Auckland in 2009. He is married and has two children and two grand-children.

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Loren Harper
Head of Practice Support, Simmons and Simmons

Loren Harper has over 10 years of experience at international firms in both Australia and the UK and heads the Practice Support team at Simmons & Simmons. She is legally qualified and admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of NSW. Loren is responsible for delivering a suite of services to the firm including managing and overseeing the life cycle of electronic disclosure projects, online document management (on contentious and non-contentious matters) and document review services. Loren has extensive experience in the management of large, multi-jurisdictional, complex and high profile document collation, management and review exercises.

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Dominic Wai

Dominic Wai
Partner, Baker & McKenzie

Dominic Wai practices mainly in the areas of litigation, alternative dispute resolution and regulatory and compliance. Mr. Wai graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechinic — now the Hong Kong Polytechnic University — with a Professional Diploma in Business (Banking) and the City Polytechnic of Hong Kong — now City University of Hong Kong — with a first class LL.B and P.C.LL. He is admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong.

Practice Focus
Mr. Wai’s practice focuses on anti-corruption, white-collar crime, law enforcement and regulatory matters in Hong Kong. He also handles corporate litigation, shareholders’ disputes and insolvency matters, defamation cases, as well as property litigation.

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Laura Kibbe

Laura Kibbe
Senior Vice President, Epiq Systems eDiscovery

As Managing Director, Ms. Kibbe oversees Legal Consulting Services, Forensics and Collections, and Epiq Staffing Solutions.

Previous Professional Experience
Ms. Kibbe has over 17 years of legal experience. Prior to joining Epiq, she was Senior Corporate Counsel and Managing Director of the Discovery Response Team at Pfizer, Inc., where she managed all discovery activity, from mass tort to commercial, employment and third party subpoena requests. Prior to Pfizer, Ms. Kibbe was an Associate at Kaye Scholer LLP in New York and an Attorney for Texaco Inc. in White Plains, NY.

Education
Ms. Kibbe received her J.D., magna cum laude, from Syracuse University College of Law and her B.A., magna cum laude, in Legal Studies from Manhattanville College. She is an attorney licensed to practice in New York and Connecticut.

Professional Associations/Publications
She is a member of Sedona Working Group 1 and EDRM Working Groups, a board member of EDRM Advisory Board, a member and advisor of Corporate E-Discovery Forum and a co-chair of Thomson/West Legal Works E-Discovery Conference. Ms. Kibbe has authored articles on various discovery issues for Law Technology News,Inside Litigation and Corporate Counsel magazine and is a frequent national speaker on discovery issues.

Ms. Kibbe holds US patent 8,560,378, issued on 10/15/2013.

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Kenneth Inocencio

Ken Inocencio
Senior Solutions Manager - APAC, Nuix

Kenneth is Solutions Manager for Nuix in Asia Pacific. He is responsible for direct sales and channel partners as well as process consulting and training for Nuix customers in the region.

Prior to joining Nuix in July 2012, he was a Senior Manager in the Forensic Technology practice of a Big Four firm in Singapore. He has 13 years total experience in computer forensics, digital investigations, systems audit and data analytics. He has completed projects in Asia Pacific and the UK.

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