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Scott Robson

Global Head of eDiscovery

London

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Scott Robson

Global Head of eDiscovery

London

Scott is the Global Head of eDiscovery at Allen & Overy, responsible for putting technology at the heart of the Litigation practice, enabling clients to receive a faster, better, more efficient legal service.

He often works alongside A&O’s other Advanced Delivery & Solutions teams, including Allen & Overy Belfast and the innovation hub ‘Fuse’, ensuring A&O are constantly evaluating and adopting best-in-class technology and working methodologies to benefit our clients. He has extensive experience with forensic technology, e-Disclosure, data analytics and data identification engagements having previously worked within the Big 4 for over 20 years.

Scott has worked with clients on a range of matters including leading data workstreams in allegations of manipulation of the LIBOR rate and the potential mis-selling of financial products, consulting to an investment bank on the appropriateness of systems and controls relating to newly implemented regulations, and responding to data requests in regulatory investigations by the FCA, SEC, CFTC and the DOJ.

News & insights

Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) Enforcement Actions Tracker

Publications: 11 MAY 2021

Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) Enforcement Actions Trends and Tracker

The SFC's latest annual and quarterly reports highlight the SFC's regulatory work since April 2019 and illustrate some key trends in its enforcement agenda.

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Publications: 10 MAY 2021

A lesson on English law post-Brexit from the Court of Appeal

English lawyers and law students should be getting to grips with a whole new area of English law: Retained EU law.  In this decision, the Court of Appeal explains all about Retained EU law and…

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Publications: 07 MAY 2021

The perils of giving video evidence

If evidence is to be given remotely, via video link, from another country, be sure to check that this is permitted by the laws of that country.

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Publications: 28 APRIL 2021

Are employers required to disclose investigation reports in the CCMA?

In a recent unreported judgment between South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee v CCMA and Others, the Labour Court considered whether an employer is required to disclose a forensic…

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