FTI Consulting launches new offering in Asia

The launch expands the service to three continents

FTI Consulting launches new offering in Asia

FTI Consulting has become the first global consulting firm to offer the RelativityOne e-discovery service across three continents.

FTI has expanded its partnership with Relativity to provide the e-discovery software in Hong Kong and across Asia.

“Global e-discovery matters are complex for a variety of reasons, from data privacy laws to multiple languages and differing cultural norms,” said Daryl Teshima, a senior managing director with FTI Technology.

The firm’s technology helps make the process more streamlined, cost-effective and defensible via experts on the ground, who adhere to a global playbook. Including the Relativity platform its global portfolio further strengthens FTI’s offerings, Teshima said.

FTI Technology’s Relativity offering is improved by utilising the legal technology company’s expert workflows and advanced analytics. This reduces cost and complexity of cross-border e-discovery matters. FTI Technology’s Relativity offering also uses the firm’s proprietary technology and add-ons from other software partners, as well as the expertise of its professionals around the world.

“Whether handling matters originating in Asia or supporting the Asian component of a global discovery case, FTI Technology has experts on the ground who can reduce the complexity and help manage the risk of e-discovery,” said Sandeep Jadav, a managing director with FTI Technology in Hong Kong.

 

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