Bennett Arthur, CIPP/E is a Global Director in FRA’s London office. He has over 19 years’ experience in the legal field, working at law firms, eDiscovery providers and in-house legal departments.
Bennett has advised clients on every stage of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, including data management, document retention, litigation holds, collections, database design, and review management. He has advised clients and counsel regarding data privacy and FCPA and OFAC investigations, including data identification, analytics, and alert generation, and assisted with the coordination and review of risk assessments, audits and testing. Bennett has extensive experience supporting cases with multiple parties and jurisdictions.
Bennett has managed regulatory and white collar investigations across global offices including New York, Washington, D.C., Paris and London. He was involved in various landmark cases as the long-running investigation into the manipulation of interbank interest rates such (Euribor/Libor), and assisted with high-profile trials, including preparation and admission of evidence during trial.
Since joining FRA, Bennett has worked on global anti-trust and compliance reviews in the shipping and construction industries. These reviews involved collections from several subsidiaries in the US, Europe, Asia, and South America, with processing, hosting, and review of data in the US and Europe.
Prior to FRA, Bennett worked at White & Case based in the Washington, D.C. office, where he developed and designed complex document review workflows, including custom workflows involving audio stored in NiCE systems, Bloomberg, Reuters, and Reuters 3000 data for production to international authorities. Bennett is considered a leading industry expert for handling and sanitizing of sensitive audio data for production to authorities.
Bennett earned his Juris Doctor (JD) from Cardozo School of Law in New York. He is a Relativity Certified User (RCU) and is fluent in French, proficient in German, and conversational in Japanese.