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Ken Feinstein

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Ken Feinstein specializes in investigative data analytics and has over 25 years of experience. He provides data analytics solutions spanning multiple sectors, including retail and consumer products, life sciences, technology, financial services, and industrial products. His clients include law firms and Fortune 500 legal and compliance teams for whom he delivers large-scale, complex investigations, regulatory response matters, proactive anti‐fraud efforts, and compliance programs. Ken’s teams leverage industry‐leading tools and technology to implement proactive regulatory programs and unearth instances of fraud, detect abnormal behavior, and identify perpetrators.

Ken has presented on several topics, including artificial intelligence (AI), fraud data analytics, data management best practices, technology‐enabled investigations, and continuous auditing/monitoring. Ken has presented written portrayals of findings and recommendations for many legal and regulatory inquiries. Ken was involved in the deposition process (including deposition testimony) as a professional consultant.

Ken leads the Investigative Data Analytics team within the Digital Investigations & Discovery practice. He and his team analyze traditional investigative methodologies and structured and unstructured data to help clients manage legal, reputational, and regulatory risks. This includes acquiring, transforming, and loading structured data from client systems across various jurisdictions into a single repository to perform complex data analytics.

Ken was a contributor to J.S. Held's 2024 Global Risk Report.

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