Eoghan Kenny is responsible for managing a multidisciplinary team of 30 dedicated eDiscovery, technology and project management professionals. He is a solicitor by qualification, with over 12 years' experience advising on and managing the data-centric elements of commercial disputes and regulatory and white-collar crime investigations.
Eoghan advises a broad range of clients on all aspects of evidence preservation, identification, processing and filtering, review and production in civil disputes and regulatory and white-collar crime investigations. Eoghan has market leading expertise advising clients on the varying standards of document production required in the civil, regulatory and criminal systems.
Eoghan has advised on several of the largest data projects in the history of the State, with a particular expertise in mandates with each of Ireland's main regulators including the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, the Central Bank of Ireland, the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement, and the Criminal Assets Bureau.
Eoghan is founding board member of the Dublin Chapter of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS).
Areas of Expertise
- On the use of Artificial Intelligence to identify evidence in civil disputes and criminal and regulatory investigations. Including the first use of AI in a criminal investigation in Ireland.
- Multi-national construction company on its obligations during a dawn raid by the Competition regulator into the alleged abuse of a dominant position.
- Corporate clients on their document production obligations to all of Ireland’s main regulatory bodies including the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, the Central Bank of Ireland, the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement, and the Criminal Assets Bureau.
- Some of the largest and most complex evidence collection and review exercises in the history of the jurisdiction, including: - A document review of 6 million documents involving a team of 30 lawyers in respect of a $600 fund Ponzi scheme; - Two pillar banks in respect of enforcement proceeding brought by the Central Bank of Ireland involving the collection of tens of millions of documents, and the review of over 1 million documents; - A DOJ international AML investigation involving over 6 jurisdictions and over 5 million documents.