On June 22, Kroll Ontrack managing director and APAC ediscovery expert Kate Chan will discuss the Chinese ediscovery landscape, so you will be prepared when you need to know the traditions, rules and customs when faced with a regulatory investigation or cross-border litigation.
Ediscovery in China: Traditions, Rules and Customs You Don’t Know
The Chinese legal landscape is often seen as daunting and secretive; a laborious task for an American legal professional to master. Specifically, Chinese data protection and privacy laws in particular provide a challenge to any international ediscovery project. Because of the substantial economic growth resulting in higher volumes of data in China, as well as the expanding complexities of ediscovery law, a practitioner that is not familiar with Chinese law can find themselves at a significant disadvantage, especially when faced with a regulatory investigation or cross-border litigation.
To help you meet these unique challenges head on, we’ve enlisted seasoned APAC ediscovery expert Kate Chan to offer the information and strategies you need to manage Chinese ediscovery.
Specifically, this webinar will cover:
- The implication of China’s regulatory framework on ediscovery
- Recent developments in Chinese ediscovery practices
- Tips for managing the unique issues related to managing ESI in China
- Ways Chinese ediscovery differs from ediscovery practices in other APAC countries
Click here to get more information about this webinar and to register.
Kate Chan is a New York attorney who started practicing on Wall Street. She is a native of Hong Kong and is fluent in both Mandarin and Cantonese. She is the Regional Managing Director of Kroll Ontrack’s Legal Technologies unit in Asia Pacific.