Loren Harper-Moeskops

Clayton Utz
FTS Director Sydney

An eDiscovery expert and lawyer by background with over 15 years of eDiscovery experience in Australia and the UK.  Loren has a depth of experience in advising large companies and multinationals on eDiscovery requirements arising from disputes and regulatory investigations in both Australia and all major global jurisdictions. 

Loren was a pioneer in the use of analytics and notably technology assisted review and the application of technology to enhance the speed and efficiency of review and reduce the risk on complex projects.

Loren's blend of legal and technical expertise positions her uniquely to drive efficient and defendable discovery approaches.

Notable Work
  • Class actions: leading the FTS team in eight simultaneous class actions from data mapping and identification, through to review and production all whilst leveraging technology and innovative workflows.
  • Financial services compliance: leading the FTS team supporting two of the Big 4 Banks in Australia to response to multiple regulatory notices, class actions and litigation matters following the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry.
  • Automotive industry: leading the discovery workflow on matters for Australian and international motor vehicle manufacturers in relation to product liability issues.
  • Regulatory response: leading the eDiscovery team from in relation to regulatory action responding to the ACCC, ASIC, APRA and FWO.
  • eDiscovery: leading the stream for a global financial institution in relation to allegations of LIBOR rate manipulation responding to regulators in the UK, USA and Japan.
  • Remediation: leading the data management component of a large remediation exercise running over an 8-year period including support a bespoke Relativity workspace for the purpose of managing the exercise.
  • eDiscovery: leading the stream, notably designing and executing the use of technology assisted review on a large scale multi-jurisdictional review in the defence in the largest fraud claim ever brought against individual defendants in the UK in relation to the largest technology acquisition in European history.
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