Jason Coyne is a managing director in the Data Insights and Forensics, based in the London office. He is an expert IT and digital forensics consultant with over 30 years of experience spanning local and central government, telecommunications, construction, transport, manufacturing, healthcare, energy, oil and gas, wholesale and distribution, retail and gaming.
He specializes in technology disputes, digital evidence and technology-based intellectual property matters.
Prior to joining Kroll, Jason was a partner at IT Group, which was acquired by Kroll in 2020.
Jason has given oral evidence in the Technology and Construction Court as well as various high courts, criminal courts, mediations and arbitrations in London, Brussels and Johannesburg.
Jason has been instructed as a technology expert witness in many high-profile private- and public-sector commercial litigations where technology-enabled projects have either been delayed, have failed or are no longer viable. He Jason has been instructed by leading law firms and insurers, acting for specialist suppliers and customers in large technical, infrastructure and outsourcing projects in the UK, South Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
As an experienced PRINCE2® practitioner and project turnaround consultant, he has managed hundreds of challenging and problematic technology projects to successful implementation, involving design, testing and project management. Jason is skilled in the use of EnCase®, X-Ways and a range of forensic tools and is Health and Safety, Technology and Management (HASTAM) accredited for the analysis of risk in business operations.
He is a member of the Academy of Experts and a member of the Society for Computers and Law.
Commercial Litigation and International Arbitration
Expertise in complex commercial disputes and international arbitrations.
Independent expert analysis, testimony, advice and investigations for complex disputes and projects.
Investigations and Disputes
World-wide expert services and tech-enabled advisory through all stages of diligence, forensic investigation, litigation, disputes and testimony.
Information Management and Governance
Governance to Harmonize Multiple Information Disciplines, Merging Security and Productivity