Jason has over 10 years’ experience working in the eDiscovery and digital forensics industry. In the early stages of litigation, arbitration or an investigation, Jason works alongside the legal team and manages the processing, review and hosting of data and documentation using our in-house eDisclosure platform, as well as other platforms hosted by external providers. Once a fully searchable and de-duplicated database of documents is available, and using advanced analytics and artificial intelligence such as predictive coding, Jason works with the legal team and client to prioritise the review of the documents most likely to be of relevance to the dispute or investigation.

Jason has worked on a wide range of cases from asset tracing to multi-party and multi-jurisdictional fraud investigations to follow-on damages claims. This also includes working on the high profile BCA Trading case where predictive coding was used to conduct a substantial document review exercise. In addition to this, Jason has a strong technical background, which includes undertaking tasks such as data collections in other countries and manipulation of 3rd party data. Jason is also a regular speaker at eDiscovery and digital forensics events.

Jason is a contributing author to the Financial Regulation: Emerging Themes in 2019 publication - an extensive collection of articles around the themes of investigations. financial crime, digital, markets, supervision and governance.