Farhat Jabeen

Managing Director - Asia Pacific Region,

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Farhat Jabeen is Managing Director with Consilio for the Asia Pacific region. She brings significant client advisory experience on cross-border investigations, FCPA and anti-corruption matters, whistle-blower allegations, and complex litigation. She previously lived and worked in Hong Kong and China focusing primarily on cross-border, multi-language matters in response to requests from the DoJ, SEC, and other U.S. and international government regulators. Farhat has worked on numerous document intensive, electronic data focused projects and managed review exercises in countries including China, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, and India. She collaborates with legal teams and clients to develop comprehensive discovery plans that leverage technology and focus on significant cost savings across the discovery process. Her career has been focused on cross border matters across the US and Asia Pacific region, notably involvement in US matters requiring Asia eDiscovery subject matter expertise. Her industry experience includes Fortune 500 clients in the pharmaceutical, manufacturing, technology, and telecommunication sectors.

Farhat is a member of several organizations including the American Bar Association (ABA), WG6 Member of The Sedona Conference, Association of Certified E-discovery Specialists (ACEDS), Women's White Collar Defense Association (WWCDA), and Women in Ediscovery (WiE). She graduated from City University of Hong Kong with a BSc in Computer Science and Postgraduate Certificate in Information Security. Farhat is fluent in English, Urdu, Punjabi, and Hindi, with a working command of Cantonese and French.

Practice Areas

  • Complex Commercial Litigation
  • Computer Forensics
  • Corporate Crime
  • Electronic Discovery
  • Financial Services
  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Government Investigations
  • Healthcare
  • Insider Trading
  • Internal Investigations
  • SEC Enforcement
  • Trials
  • White Collar Crime