Consilio’s Adam Pollitt to speak on cross-border privacy and data laws at ACEDS conference

Consilio, until recently called First Advantage Litigation Consulting, is taking part in ACEDS’ Third Annual eDiscovery Conference and Exhibition between 28 February and 2 March in Hollywood, FL.

Adam Pollitt, Senior Vice President Client Services for Consilio in Frankfurt, is taking part in a panel called “Crossing Borders, But Not Boundaries — Navigating Other Nations’ Privacy and Data Laws to Get the Evidence You Need”. Two words matter there – evidence and need – in contrast to all those cross-border eDiscovery exercises which, driven by opponents, courts, regulators and fear of oversight, often seem to overlook that what is required is evidence and that you don’t need everything.

It is a measure of Consilio’s commitment to mainland Europe that Adam Pollitt has moved from the US to this senior position in Frankfurt. He leads the company’s global project management team and has been influential in the development and deployment of new services and technology. His expertise in eDiscovery and litigation support includes electronic evidence recovery, database design, and the application of technology to complex litigation, antitrust matters and investigations, including the internal investigation of corporate corruption at Siemens, one of the largest eDiscovery projects in history.

There is a press release here.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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