Anjori Radia, CIPT is an Associate Director and a certified data privacy expert, specializing in data governance, technology solutions and forensics. Anjori has extensive experience implementing advanced data and information management technology solutions for global companies, particularly in the context of responding to multijurisdictional regulatory inquiries.
Anjori’s expertise includes analyzing complex data issues, applying innovative workflows to multifaceted matters and disclosure exercises, setting defensible protocols for collecting and processing data, overseeing international data transfers, supervising on-site complex data collections and assisting clients with identifying responsive data within their environment, and preparing presentations and graphical explanations of data process and client environments for review by international authorities. She travels frequently to supervise complex data collections around the globe and assist clients with identifying data within their environment.
Anjori has particular experience helping financial, technology, and pharmaceutical industry clients navigate high-stakes controversies, including cross-border litigation, IP litigation, internal investigations, white-collar crime and regulatory matters. She assists with preparation for witness interviews, and has managed discovery, handling data for exhibit preparation, and identification and presentation of data in multiple high-profile jury and bench trials in the United States. She is also experienced with helping clients address audio and chat data processes for review and delivery to authorities, and can help navigate advanced analytics, predictive coding, and other review management methodologies, including the identification of statistically significant random samples used for training and validation, and presenting these work processes to international regulatory authorities.
Working closely with the clients across numerous jurisdictions during negotiations with regulators, Anjori manages cross-border investigations in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, and has experience preparing presentations for, and communicating with, regulatory bodies in Europe and the United States on matters related to discovery and the work scope of matters.
She has a BSc in Computer Science from Queen Mary, University of London. She is based in FRA’s London and Washington DC offices.