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James Leech

Associate Director

James Leech is an Associate Director with Teneo’s Forensic Technology & eDiscovery team, based in London.

James is an eDiscovery and digital forensic expert with more than 15 years of experience in litigation, arbitration, investigations and regulatory compliance support across multiple industries and jurisdictions. He has over 10 years experience in the big 4, as well as providing services to UK Law Enforcement.

James regularly works alongside in-house counsel and investigations teams at organisations, local and international law firms, and regulatory bodies. He provides specialist advice on the end-to-end process of the identification, collection, processing, analysis and review of data in investigations and disclosures in both proactive and reactive or crisis scenarios.


Selected Project Experience:

  • Assisting a global manufacturing company recover from a cyber attack.
  • Investigation into insider training at a financial institution.
  • Data breach analysis of a healthcare institution.
  • Leading a Digital Change workstream for UK policing within their Digital Forensics Strategy.
  • Employee misconduct investigations.