The brave new world of e-disclosure - realities and practicalities
De Vere & Co is pleased to announce a complimentary joint seminar with Radcliffe Chambers (www.radcliffechambers.com) on the 1 March 2012 at the Royal College of Surgeons, Linder Theatre.
Our topic for the evening will be ‘The brave new world of e-disclosure, realities and practicalities’. Over the last 10 years the importance of computers has been growing not only from a business sense but from a litigation and recovery angle. In many cases that De Vere & Co and Radcliffe Chambers have worked on, evidence from computers, accounting systems and emails have featured heavily. The not so recent Practice Direction 31B, dated October 2010 does go to some lengths to explain the importance of the area. To take this into account we will during the evening look to cover:
The speakers will include:
Mark Fell, Radcliffe Chambers (http://www.radcliffechambers.com/profile.php?id=123)
Shantanu Majumdar, Radcliffe Chambers (http://www.radcliffechambers.com/profile.php?id=129)
Geoff Waller, De Vere & Co
Geoff joined De Vere & Co in September 2011 from Microsoft’s Global Security & Investigations business as a Senior Lead Investigator for EMEA. His career thus far has included service with the Police in their Fraud Squad and Computer Crime Unit and with QCCIST Ltd as their Head of Computer Forensics. Geoff has given Expert Witness evidence at all levels of the Court both in civil and criminal cases.
Stephen Wells, De Vere & Co
Following 20 years of working in the Financial Services sector for Barclays Private Bank, Bibby Financial Services & Bear Stearns in a number of client relationship and operations roles Stephen joined De Vere & Co in 2009 to manage and grow the firms client base. Over the last two years Stephen has co-developed and co-hosted the risk and fraud training courses run for ABFA and FLA members.
Registration will commence at 5pm with a prompt start at 5.30pm. We intend to finish at 7.30pm and would hope that you could stay for a glass of wine following the seminar.
Directions to the venue can be located at http://www.rcseng.ac.uk/about/find.html
CPD points are available.
Spaces are limited so please do contact Stephen Wells at the earliest possible opportunity.