Category Archives: Hong Kong

Challenges and opportunities for FTI’s new Managing Director for Asia

FTI Technology has appointed Sandeep Jadav as its new managing director for Asia. He will be based in Hong Kong with responsibility for FTI teams in Shanghai, Tokyo, Singapore, and elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region. Any thought that I might … Continue reading

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Sebastian Ko of Epiq in Hong Kong talks about conducting eDiscovery in the Asia Pacific region

Sebastian Ko is Director, Document Review Services, for Epiq, based in Hong Kong. I had the opportunity to interview him when I was in Hong Kong earlier this year and I asked him about how Epiq handles the issues which … Continue reading

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Navigant expands its Global Legal Technology Solutions offering to Asia

As I have noted elsewhere, Navigant has grouped a comprehensive range of functions relating to information management into its Global Legal Technology Solutions practice to address the data management challenges of its worldwide clients. Increasingly (and rightly) large corporations are … Continue reading

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Xerox Legal Services adds Relativity Premium Hosting Partnership to its eDiscovery services portfolio

Xerox Legal Services has long offered its clients its proprietary eDiscovery platforms including Viewpoint and OmniX. It has now become a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner which adds significantly to the range which can be offered to new and existing clients. … Continue reading

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Xerox Legal Services opens Hong Kong data centre

Xerox Legal Services, the legal and compliance solutions division of Xerox Corp., has opened a data centre in Hong Kong to provide secure and compliant data discovery and transaction support in the Asia-Pacific region. The new initiative is driven by … Continue reading

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Jonathan Marshall of Navigant talks about Navigant’s new presence in Hong Kong

Navigant has global clients for a wide range of business functions including those which require electronic discovery and related services. In this video, Jonathan Marshall, a London-based director in Navigant’s Legal Technology Department, talks about Navigant’s new presence in Hong … Continue reading

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Catching up with Epiq Systems in Hong Kong

I like to look in on Epiq Systems  when I am in Hong Kong to catch up with what is going on, and I had a meeting on my recent trip with Celeste Kemper, Director of Document Review Services, Asia, … Continue reading

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InnoXcell conference in Hong Kong in April 2014 Part 1

These photographs below were taken at the InnoXcell Big Data Symposium in Hong Kong in April 2014. It is, I appreciate, a little late to be publishing photographs of an event which took place so long ago. My excuse, if … Continue reading

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LegalTech Hong Kong on 2 March – a video introduction

The third Legaltech Hong Kong takes place on 2 March at the JW Marriott in Hong Kong. As always, the agenda is broad, running across a wide range of the challenges which face lawyers in the Asia-Pacific region. I recently bumped … Continue reading

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Dispute resolution in Singapore and Hong Kong – a turn-of-the-year round-up

It is time that I did a review of eDiscovery developments in the Asia-Pacific region, and particularly the common law jurisdictions of Hong Kong and Singapore. It is perhaps only from half a world away that one lumps Hong Kong … Continue reading

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Identifying opportunities at the second ALM – ILTA Legal Technology Summit in Hong Kong

ALM and ILTA brought their second Asia Legal Technology Summit to Hong Kong in March. I make no apology for reporting on this event several weeks after it took place. I went on a long trip to the US almost immediately … Continue reading

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Article from Mayer Brown JSM on eDiscovery developments in Singapore and Hong Kong

For those who missed it, I referred in a recent article to plans by the Hong Kong judiciary to bring forward a practice direction for the management of electronic information in civil proceedings, starting with the Commercial List. As I … Continue reading

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Hong Kong judiciary working on a pilot scheme for management of electronic documents

I mentioned when I got back from Hong Kong that the eDiscovery roundtable organised by Epiq Systems and Asian Legal Business had been told of an interesting development – that the Hong Kong judiciary are working on a pilot scheme … Continue reading

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Hong Kong (again) with Epiq and pending events with iCONECT, Cicayda and kCura

I have just been back to Hong Kong, this time to moderate a panel of litigation lawyers brought together by Thomson Reuters’ Asian Legal Business and by Epiq Systems. Epiq’s Celeste Kemper was in the chair. Our agenda was cut … Continue reading

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A Hong Kong eDiscovery snapshot in the company of Epiq Systems

On the surface, my area of professional interest looks pretty narrow. When I launched the eDisclosure Information Project, its proposed scope was implied by the word “eDisclosure” – only the civil jurisdiction of England and Wales uses the term “disclosure”, and … Continue reading

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Epiq Systems: document review in Hong Kong, Zoom from Equivio and covered in eDJ

eDiscovery provider Epiq Systems seems to be popping up all over the place at the moment. Grouping the various sources together has the benefit, for me as well as for them, that those new to this subject can see how … Continue reading

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Notes from Hong Kong: comparative eDiscovery regimes

This is a continuation of a series of roughly chronological mini-posts following my recent visit to Hong Kong. Craig Carpenter of Recommind was the moderator of a panel comprising Browning Marean of DLA Piper, Jeff Lane, a partner at King … Continue reading

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