image of Loren Harper-MoeskopsLoren Harper-Moeskops

Clayton Utz FTS Director , Sydney T +61 2 9353 4246

Loren is a qualified lawyer and eDiscovery expert with over 15 years of eDiscovery experience in Australia and the UK, whose expertise lies in advising large companies and multinationals on eDiscovery requirements arising from disputes and regulatory investigations in Australia and all major global jurisdictions. Her experience includes responding to regulatory requests, discovery on large and complex disputes, sensitive internal employment and fraud investigation and remediation in the financial services sector. 

Loren has experience across a broad range of industries including financial services, technology, insurance and construction. She was a pioneer in the use of technology assisted review and the application of technology to enhance the speed and efficiency of review and reduce the risk on complex projects.

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Forensic & Technology Services

Commercial litigation

At a previous firm: Advising on complex data identification and collection including various investigations into data sources and recovery of deleted data in a claim against a former CEO for gross misconduct and fraud claims. Advising on the use of various analytics tools to understand nature of allegations and running large review team specialising in intellectual property and financial technology analysis. 

At a previous firm: Advising on the use of technology assisted review and driving workflow for the use of TAR by the defendants in the defence in the largest fraud claim ever brought against individual defendants in the UK in connection with the largest technology acquisition in European history.

At a previous firm: Supporting various simultaneous Tobacco litigation claims in the UK, USA and Canada. Responsible for delivery of complex productions in multiplies jurisdictions and managing review workflow supporting the differing approaches under civil and common law legal systems.

See Commercial Litigation

Competition law

At a previous firm: Advising on strategic approach to data collection and identification and review (in multiple languages) for various multi-nationals in responding to allegations by the European Competition Commission for suspected breach of EU competition law.  Responsible for implementing workflow for review and delivery of productions and running large foreign language review teams working across various jurisdictions.

At a previous firm: Acting for parties against Seven Network claim (Seven Network Limited v News Limited & Ors [2007]) for anti-competitive behaviours that allegedly led to the demise of its pay television network.  Supporting the discovery and trial exercise on a matter that ran for 120 days (one of the longest in Australian history)

See Competition

Construction litigation

At a previous firm: Supporting the delivery of discovery on a number of high-profile construction litigation company’s acting both for and against global international construction companies for breach of contract related claims.  Projects included the identification, collation and digitisation of 100,000s of hard copy documents.  Responsible for running large review teams of over 100 reviewers across various jurisdictions.

See Construction and Major Projects

Employment litigation

At a previous firm: Advising on approach to data collection, analysis and review workflow acting for a number of global financial instructions in responding to Subject Access Requests and claims from the Employment tribunal in relation to unfair dismissal and related claims. Responsible for managing review teams and the use of analytics to fine tune the review and reduce the burden of manual review.

See Workplace Relations, Employment and Safety

Intellectual property

At a previous firm: Advising on data identification and eDiscovery strategy and analysis in the defence against a large global corporation in relation to a trademark claim. At a previous firm: Advising on strategy and data identification for multinational mass media corporation in relation to trademark rights of a television series.

See Intellectual Property

Regulatory response

At a previous firm: Advising on the approach and workflow for a global financial institution in relation to allegations of LIBOR rate manipulation responding to regulators in the UK, USA and Japan. Managing both email and audio collection, advising on workflow and review using Relativity and Nexidia (Audio search review technology) overseeing. Managing a review team of over 200 lawyers across various jurisdictions responding to notices and lines of enquiry running over many years.

At a previous firm: Acting for various Financial Institutions in both internal and external investigations for both internal compliance and in response to regulatory investigations in the UK, USA and Europe. Advising on strategy and identification of data sources and designing and implementing workflow for review using analytical features in various eDiscovery platforms to reduce the burden and costs associated with manual review.

Working on the FTS team assisting two of the Big 4 Banks in Australia to respond to multiple regulatory notices, class actions and litigation matters following the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry.

See Forensic and Technology Services

Remediation work

At a previous firm: Responsible for running the bespoke remediation workspace in Relativity designed to manage the lifecycle of the PPI remediation exercise for a global financial institution over an 8-year period. Responsible for the management and recruitment of the lawyers engaged for the PPI review exercise.

See Forensic and Technology Services


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