Heading the e-discovery practice, Jim Vint focuses on litigation and investigation projects for Global 500 organizations, with significant experience working in the E.U. and Asia Pacific and in cross-border situations. His areas of expertise include financial services, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, and consumer products industries specific to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FPCA) or U.K. Bribery Act allegations, corruption, anti-money laundering, consumer-related allegations of improprieties, cartel investigations, and general commercial disputes and investigations. He has been retained to testify in numerous 30(b)(6) depositions.
An expert in the preservation of voluminous data sources, Jim supports clients through database design and construction, system reconciliation, evaluation of efficiency and compliance in existing software systems, process management for the integration of multiple systems into complex financial processes, and financial and workflow performance improvement. He is a frequent speaker and author on emerging data sources in information discovery and the technologies and policies to address these issues.
Jim provides risk mitigation services and transactional data analyses in internal, audit committee, and regulatory investigations; mergers and acquisitions; data-breach and incident responses; bankruptcies; regulatory infractions; and other distressed situations. He has extensive experience in IT due diligence, risk control evaluation, review and implementation, system performance improvement, database construction, modeling, and financial planning and analysis. He has managed the implementation of legal hold systems, financial systems, specifying and testing system requirements, and overseeing system integration and Legal-IT outsourcing and co-sourcing scenarios.