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Data - Data Experts 2019

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

"Superb" expert Jim Vint has extensive experience acting for multinational clients in disputes and investigations, focusing on data discovery and disclosure issues.

Biography

Jim Vint is a senior managing director at Ankura.  He focuses on litigation and investigation projects for Global 500 organisations and has significant experience working in the EU and Asia-Pacific. His areas of expertise include financial services, life science and consumer products industries specific to bribery and corruption, anti-money laundering, class actions, cartel investigations and general commercial disputes and investigations. He has been retained to testify in numerous 30(b)(6) situations and as an expert related to the discovery of structure data, data migrations, platform assessments and other data driven disputes.

Jim provides risk mitigation advisory services and transactional data analyses for his corporate clients along leveraging the application of artificial intelligence, machine learning and robot processing automation, specifically within the legal community. He has extensive experience in IT due diligence, risk control evaluation, system performance improvement and data quality and governance. He is a frequent author on emerging data sources and solutions to address such sources in the context of legal proceedings, and the technologies, processes and policies to address these issues.

He has extensive experience in IT due diligence; risk control evaluation; review and implementation of applications; system performance improvement; database construction; platform comparison and feature assessment; modelling; and financial planning and analysis. He has been responsible for project-managing the implementation of legal hold systems; data migrations; financial systems; specifying and testing system requirements; and overseeing system integration, and legal IT outsourcing and co-sourcing scenarios.

Before being acquired by Ankura, Mr Vint worked at Navigant Consulting (2011–2018), FTI Consulting (2004–2011); Alix Partners (2002–2004); and Arthur Andersen (1998–2002). He is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), the International Bar Association (IBA), the Data Management Association (DAMA) and the Enterprise Content Management Association (AIIM). He has an MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and a BBA from Loyola University in Maryland.

Recent speaking engagements include “Artificial Intelligence and its Impact on the Legal Industry”, American Bar Association (Honolulu, Hawai’I, January 2018); “Cyber Crime as a Political Weapon” October, 2017, International Bar Association (Sydney, Australia); "Structured Data in Discovery" for the International Legal Technology Association (Las Vegas, Nevada; August 2017) and "Scandal-Proofing the Corporate Brand in the Digital Age" at the ABA Corporate Counsel Committee Annual Seminar (Rancho Mirage, California; February 2014). He also moderated the IQPC Information Retention and E-Disclosure Management seminar panel on cross-border discovery and disclosure issues focusing on the US, the UK, Germany, Switzerland and France (May 2013).

Mr Vint's publications include “Artificial Intelligence and the General Counsel” (Bloomberg.com, ABA.com, May 2018); “Embracing the Next Wave of Legal AI”, (Bloomberg.com, March 2018) "Investigators Beware! Pertinent Electronic Data Comes in Many Shapes and Sizes" in IQ Quarterly (volume one, issue 15; December 2013); "What Secrets are Hidden in your Systems" in White Collar Crime & Regulatory Enforcement (November 2013); and "Databases Lie! Successfully Managing Structured Data, the Oft-Overlooked ESI" in Richmond Journal of Law & Technology (volume nine, 2013).

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Jim Vint maintains an excellent reputation in the North American market and comes highly recommended by sources across the globe for his deep expertise in data discovery.​

Biography

Jim Vint is a senior managing director at Ankura, based in Chicago. He focuses on litigation and investigation projects for Global 500 organisations and has significant experience working in the EU and Asia Pacific.

His areas of expertise include financial services, life science and consumer products industries specific to bribery and corruption, anti-money laundering, class actions, cartel investigations and general commercial disputes and investigations. He has been retained to testify in numerous 30(b)(6) situations and as an expert related to the discovery of structure data, data migrations, platform assessments and other data driven disputes.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Jim Vint is a well-established figure in the market whose practice features superb understanding of data migrations and structured data discovery.

Biography

Jim Vint is a senior managing director at Ankura.  He focuses on litigation and investigation projects for Global 500 organisations and has significant experience working in the EU and Asia-Pacific. His areas of expertise include financial services, life science and consumer products industries specific to bribery and corruption, anti-money laundering, class actions, cartel investigations and general commercial disputes and investigations. He has been retained to testify in numerous 30(b)(6) situations and as an expert related to the discovery of structure data, data migrations, platform assessments and other data driven disputes.

Jim provides risk mitigation advisory services and transactional data analyses for his corporate clients along leveraging the application of artificial intelligence, machine learning and robot processing automation, specifically within the legal community. He has extensive experience in IT due diligence, risk control evaluation, system performance improvement and data quality and governance. He is a frequent author on emerging data sources and solutions to address such sources in the context of legal proceedings, and the technologies, processes and policies to address these issues.

He has extensive experience in IT due diligence; risk control evaluation; review and implementation of applications; system performance improvement; database construction; platform comparison and feature assessment; modelling; and financial planning and analysis. He has been responsible for project-managing the implementation of legal hold systems; data migrations; financial systems; specifying and testing system requirements; and overseeing system integration, and legal IT outsourcing and co-sourcing scenarios.

Before joining Ankura, Jim worked at Navigant (2011–2018), FTI Consulting (2004–2011); Alix Partners (2002–2004); and Arthur Andersen (1998–2002). He is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), the International Bar Association (IBA), the Data Management Association (DAMA) and the Enterprise Content Management Association (AIIM). He has an MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and a BBA from Loyola University in Maryland.

Recent speaking engagements include “Artificial Intelligence and its Impact on the Legal Industry”, American Bar Association (Honolulu, Hawai’I, January 2018); “Cyber Crime as a Political Weapon” October, 2017, International Bar Association (Sydney, Australia); "Structured Data in Discovery" for the International Legal Technology Association (Las Vegas, Nevada; August 2017) and "Scandal-Proofing the Corporate Brand in the Digital Age" at the ABA Corporate Counsel Committee Annual Seminar (Rancho Mirage, California; February 2014). He also moderated the IQPC Information Retention and E-Disclosure Management seminar panel on cross-border discovery and disclosure issues focusing on the US, the UK, Germany, Switzerland and France (May 2013).

Jim's publications include “Artificial Intelligence and the General Counsel” (Bloomberg.com, ABA.com, May 2018); “Embracing the Next Wave of Legal AI”, (Bloomberg.com, March 2018) "Investigators Beware! Pertinent Electronic Data Comes in Many Shapes and Sizes" in IQ Quarterly(volume one, issue 15; December 2013); "What Secrets are Hidden in your Systems" in White Collar Crime & Regulatory Enforcement (November 2013); and "Databases Lie! Successfully Managing Structured Data, the Oft-Overlooked ESI" in Richmond Journal of Law & Technology (volume nine, 2013).

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