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Becoming Iron Man - Moving from Science Fiction to Reality with Legal AI

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 58 minutes
Recorded Date: February 02, 2021
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  • Artificial Intelligence vs Augmented Intelligence
  • Augmented Intelligence in Practice
  • Evolution of Artificial Intelligence
  • AI & the Law Today
  • Rethinking the Golden Triangle
  • Active Learning in Practice
  • Barriers to Adoption
  • Keys to Success
  • What Does the Future Hold?
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: February 2, 2021


AI technology is perfect for repetitive tasks that require human intelligence, where an increase in productivity and decrease in errors and cost are the goals. Document review is an ideal candidate for the application of AI technology and its benefits.

During this one-hour CLE presentation, you will learn how today's AI technology is perfect for repetitive tasks that require human intelligence, where an increase in productivity and decrease in errors and cost are the goals. Document review is an ideal candidate for the application of AI technology and its benefits.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek 2021 Virtual Conference on February 2nd, 2021.

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Jeremy Burdge

Head of Legal Engineering
Hogan Lovells

Senior Legal Operations and Technology leader. I focus on breaking the way legal services are currently delivered in order to rebuild them in a way that properly aligns internal and external stakeholders with the legal and financial objectives of the client. I enjoy consulting on how to right fit talent (re)sourcing strategies built around stacks of technology enabled processes and then wrapped in legal project management controls ensuring that the right work is done by the right talent at the right time with client value being provided at the right cost.

At Hogan Lovells, I am focused on leading cross functional teams of Legal Project Managers ("LPM") who support our Litigation, Arbitration & Employment ("LAE") practices in the Americas. The professionals that make up the LPM team rapidly add value to our legal team's performance simply by being trusted advisors and continuously re envisioning the way business strategies can be bent around the way the legal teams practices law. My LPM team has modernized how legal services are being delivered in our Litigation practice by employing innovative operational models that transform the way we engage commercially for these services. This is not only a win win for us, but it's the differentiator that sets this LPM team apart from other Law Firms and service providers in our space.

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Catherine "Cat" Casey

Chief Growth Officer

Catherine “Cat” Casey, Chief Growth Officer, Reveal Cat Casey is the Chief Growth Officer of Reveal, the leading cloud-based AI-powered legal technology company, where she spearheads development and strategy for its advanced legal technology solutions. She is a frequent keynote speaker and outspoken advocate of legal professionals embracing technology to deliver better legal outcomes. Casey has over a decade and a half of experience assisting clients with complex ediscovery and forensic needs that arise from litigation, expansive regulation, and complex contractual relationships.

Before joining Reveal, Casey was the Chief Innovation Officer of DISCO, and director of Global Practice Support for Gibson Dunn, based out of their New York office. She led a global team comprising experienced practitioners in the areas of electronic discovery, data privacy, and information governance. Prior to that, Casey was a leader in the Forensic Technology Practice for PwC. Prior to that Casey built out the antitrust forensic technology practice and served as the national subject matter expert on ediscovery for KPMG.

Casey has an A.L.B. from Harvard University and attended Pepperdine School of Law.

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Scott A. Milner

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP

PARTNER Co-leader and one of the original attorneys in Morgan Lewis’s eData practice, Scott A. Milner counsels and advises companies in electronic discovery and information governance processes and best practices. He works with Morgan Lewis’s lawyers across practice groups to tailor strategies and discovery management plans for clients around the globe, in numerous industries and disciplines. Scott’s practice encompasses all phases of eDiscovery, from preservation and collection to review and production of large volumes of electronically stored information (ESI).

Scott participates in 26(f) conferences, negotiates ESI agreements and stipulations addressing the scope of preservation of information, and details data that’s not reasonably accessible. He also advises on collection methodology, search and retrieval methodology, FRE 502(d) orders, and production specifications.

Clients frequently engage and rely on Scott to negotiate discovery protocols with several US government agencies, including the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, the Department of Labor, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and the Office of Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services, as well as numerous state US Attorneys’ offices. He serves as eDiscovery liaison in jurisdictions across the United States, negotiates technology-assisted review protocols, and handles motions related to discovery disputes.

Clients’ in-house legal counsel, technology teams, and records-management departments collaborate with Scott to develop and implement best practices for eDiscovery. He develops internal and external discovery guidelines addressing each phase of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) for clients including a global technology company and a global logistics and shipping company.

Sharing more than a decade of experience in eDiscovery, Scott is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education classes (CLE), seminars, and webcasts. He addresses such issues as case law updates, best practices, and practice pointers for key phases of the EDRM. He also covers crucial trends in eDiscovery, including bring your own device (BYOD), social media, technology-assisted review, cloud computing, ABA ethics rule changes, and the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Scott often writes articles covering these topics as well.

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Rich Robinson

Director, Legal Operations & Litigation Support

Rich Robinson began his legal-technology career in 1999 in the IT department for a large law firm in Boston, Massachusetts. He has served in numerous roles in IT and Litigation Support in large and medium-sized firms in Boston, Providence, Austin and Dallas. He has worked in the eDiscovery vendor space and spent seven years as the eDiscovery and Information Manager for JCPenney prior to joining Toyota. Rich is a founding board member of the bDiscovery and ACEDS chapters in Dallas and speaks regularly at eDiscovery conferences around the country.

Richard earned his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, Robinson began his legal technology career in 2000.

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