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Computational Law: Developing a Common Language


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 120 minutes
Recorded Date: January 28, 2019
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Agenda


  • Defining AI
  • AI's Impact
  • AI's Future Role in Employment
  • What is Natural Language Processing (NLP)?
  • Current Applications and Limitations on AI
Runtime: 2 hours
Recorded: January 28, 2019

Description

Emerging technology is advancing every day and with each advancement are new implications for the law and the legal process. That is particularly true for AI where deep learning software and self-executing codes can drive legal decisions.

Those studying AI and the law are working to build a framework that would help lawyers understand the limitations and implications of the technology and ask the right questions when evaluating results.

As computational law increases in clarity and popularity, what skills will lawyers need to develop to be able to properly assess the quality of the justice flowing from data-driven decisions?

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek Conference held on January 28th, 2019.

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Panelists

Benjamin Whetsell

Co-Founder
Paper Software

Benjamin Whetsell is the Co-Founder of Paper Software.

Benjamin works on Turner’s and Contract Tools’ design. He is admitted to the bars of New York and Washington DC. He was an associate at Fried Frank in New York City, where he worked on financing, mergers, and fund structures for clients such as Bank of America and Goldman Sachs.

He holds a BBA from the University of Michigan Business School and a JD from Columbia Law School.

Jay Leib

Founder & CEO
NexLP

Jay Leib is the managing member of NexLP, Inc. Jay has successfully founded and led software start-ups throughout his career. Most recently, Mr. Leib was at Chicago-based Relativity (formerly kCura) as the Chief Strategy Officer. Relativity is a Chicago based company focused on the eDiscovery vertical.

He has more than a decade of experience in the technology field and has worked in multiple roles on some of the largest eDiscovery and fraud projects in the world. Before joining Relativity, Jay was an executive at Ernst & Young's Fraud Investigative & Dispute Services practice.

Prior to Ernst & Young, Jay founded Advocate Solutions, Inc., where he invented Discovery Cracker—the world's first shrink-wrapped eDiscovery processing application. Jay's software applications have been recognized by numerous surveys and awards in technology and eDiscovery fields.

As a speaker, Jay has presented around the world Big Data, text analytics and predictive coding on multiple panels, webinars, and podcasts. Jay holds an MBA from the University of Notre Dame.

Itai Gurari

CEO & Co-Founder
Judicata

Itai Gurira is the Co-Founder and CEO of Judicata.

Eric Falkenberry

Partner
DLA Piper

Eric is a partner in DLA Piper’s Litigation Group. In his practice, Eric specializes in the assessment, quantification and sale of litigation risk through predictive modeling and litigation analytics, with a particular emphasis on the utilization of such services to provide industry leading manufacturers, sellers and distributors with strategic advice on how to avoid and manage risk throughout the world. He has represented nearly every class of manufacturer in both the litigation and transactional arenas, and has built a reputation for helping clients avoid, mitigate and manage pending and potential litigation risks through predictive analytics, due diligence, deal structuring, pre-marketing risk assessment, and the development of strategic solutions to acquired risks. As Chair of the firm’s Litigation Innovation Committee, and Vice Chair of the Innovation Review Board, Eric is also responsible for evaluating, creating and implementing innovative products, processes and solutions that are fundamentally transforming the way in which law is practiced.

Kevin Fumai

Senior Managing Counsel
Oracle Corporation

Kevin oversees the legal function of the Marketing Cloud and Communications and Retail Global Business Units at Oracle. He is responsible for all corporate and commercial activities, including acquisitions, strategic alliances, partnerships, and the spectrum of technology transactions (software, cloud/SaaS, hardware, consulting, outsourcing). He also partners with executive management and key stakeholders to support the product development lifecycle, monitor and mitigate organizational risks, ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements worldwide (including data privacy), and resolve disputes with customers, partners, and vendors.

Kevin has focused on the telecommunications, media, technology, and financial services industries during his career. He has significant knowledge of the challenges and opportunities faced by companies in these heavily regulated and highly competitive industries, including in new and emerging markets. In addition, his tenure at Oracle has provided in-depth insight into disruptive technologies such as cloud computing, big data/analytics, e-commerce, and social media, as well as the data privacy and security issues implicated by their rapid adoption.


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