Mr. Hall has led investigations in Europe, Asia and Africa and has worked as the forensic technology expert for matters involving alleged cartel activity, anti-trust/competition violations, anti-money laundering, intellectual property theft, fraud, misuse of computers and network intrusions.
He has been engaged globally by clients, working in various sectors including automotive, aviation, banking, oil and gas, construction, engineering, government authorities and defence, healthcare, information technology, non-profit, pharmaceutical and utilities.
In addition to Mr. Hall’s forensic technology expert work, he has managed e-Disclosure document reviews in response to court orders, contentious and non-contentious litigation, and regulatory investigations, including the European Commission, Financial Conduct Authority, Financial Services Authority, Financial Crimes Enforcement Agency, Federal Financial Market Supervisory Authority, Independent Commission Against Corruption and the Security and Exchange Commission.
Mr. Hall led a large scale data collection and document review for a foreign bank that was being investigated for money laundering by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Agency (FinCEN) and the local financial authorities. Data was collected for over 60 employees of the bank and a subsidiary and covered a date range of over 12 years and several system migrations. The data was investigated locally utilising both forensic applications and an early case assessment tool, which enabled the relevant data to be targeted and brought back to the UK for document review.
Mr. Hall managed a multi-jurisdiction forensic collection and subsequent document review in response to Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) subpoenas involving alleged accounting frauds. The disclosure of documents involved collecting and processing data for over 70 custodians in several countries whilst abiding by each country’s data protection laws, maintaining privilege and ensuring no National Security data was disclosed.