Csaba Tamas is a Manager in the Data Governance & Forensics team based in FRA’s London Office.
Csaba has experience advising clients throughout the Electronic Discovery Reference Model and specialises in early case assessment, applying analytics for the purpose of data culling, designing review workflows and setting up and validating Continuous Active Learning (CAL) projects. He frequently deals with disclosures to various authorities such as the SFO, FCA and DOJ and advises clients on best practices.
Over the past few years as part of FRA’s Data Governance & Forensic Advisory team, Csaba has successfully collaborated to develop tailored solutions to address client needs, including custom reporting and metadata manipulation for the purpose of custom de-duplication.
Csaba joined FRA as part of the firm’s 2020 Challenge Program, an initiative designed to welcome new talent into a career in data governance and forensics. Prior to joining FRA, Csaba worked as a trainee prosecutor at the Public Prosecution Office of Hungary, where he directed and supervised various investigations, prepared indictments and motions to courts and attended trials.
Csaba received his Master’s degree in Law from the University of Szeged. He is a certified Relativity Project Management Specialist (RPMS). He is fluent in English and a native Hungarian speaker.