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How Clients Want Their Providers to Use Data Analytics


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded Date: September 19, 2019
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Agenda

Join this seminar for expert insights on:
  • How data is being used in creative ways currently
  • What the hurdles are for further adoption of data analytics
  • What GCs are really hoping to get from the data
  • Who is in the best position to provide that analysis
  • What options are out there that law departments should be taking advantage of that they currently are not
  • How can providers monetize data analytics
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded: September 19, 2019

Description

Today, organizations have more data at their disposal than ever before. Law departments, law firms and law companies are all sitting on a treasure trove of data that can be used to better assess both the legal problems clients have and the way legal services are provided and priced. Data scientists and legal operations specialists are being hired inside all of these organizations, but there is still a disconnect between what the client is hoping to see from the data and what they are currently getting out of it.

Adopting data analytics tools is a step in the right direction, however, there are still challenges that arise with providing clients with the specific information they want to see.

This program was recorded on September 19th, 2019.

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Panelists

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Andy Krebs

Global Legal Supplier Strategy & Efficiencies Manager — Legal Practice Excellence
Intel Corporation

Andy Krebs has been with for Intel 18 years and in that time held various positions within the corporations starting on the purchasing side of the business with both direct and indirect experience.

Andy has work as a category manager for sales and marketing, legal, consulting, as well as lead efforts on supplier diversity and risk and controls. He currently works in Intel’s Legal Practice Excellence group focusing on legal operations as the Global Legal Supplier & Efficiencies Manager. Andy is looking for innovative ways to transform Intel’s legal operations in to an efficient world class organization.

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Jae Um

Founder & Executive Director
Six Parsecs

Jae is one of the most sought after strategy executives in the legal industry by executive leadership of AmLaw 100 law firms. As a strategy consultant, insights analyst, and business designer for fast-changing legal markets, she has over a decade of industry experience.

Jae is the Founder and Executive Director of Six Parsecs, an insights firm for the legal vertical. In addition to strategic consulting for law firm leadership, Jae serves on advisory boards for emerging legal tech companies, including LegalMation, Datana, LexFusion, and Reynen Court. After a progression of high-impact roles in client service innovation & strategic growth at Seyfarth Shaw, Jae served as the Director of Pricing Strategy for Baker McKenzie worldwide. She is also a contributing author to Legal Evolution, American Lawyer, and other publications covering the legal industry.

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Vishal Agnihotri

Senior Director, Knowledge & Innovation
Alston & Bird, LLP

Vishal Agnihorti has held several operational, consulting, and leadership roles for more than two decades in enterprise knowledge management, spanning all its aspects from business research, knowledge technology adoption, (implementation, training, and communications), knowledge process outsourcing (KPO), and social KM. As an award-winning practitioner, consultant, and senior executive, she has helped Big 4 firms, AmLaw firms, and Fortune 500 clients unlock the value of knowledge management. She is the senior director of knowledge and innovation at Alston & Bird. She was most recently the chief knowledge officer at Hinshaw & Culbertson and previously held the same role at Akerman.

Prior to that Agnihorti was in senior knowledge management roles at KPMG and EY. She has lived and worked in four countries across three continents, and speaks five languages, bringing a unique multicultural experience to her work.

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Mark Smolik

General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer
DHL Supply Chain Americas

Mark Smolik leads the company’s legal, commercial contracts management, compliance, and economic development teams. He also serves as Global Chair of the company’s Supply Chain Legal Services Practice Group. The company employs 48,000 associates throughout the Americas and provides third party logistics, supply chain management, and contract packaging services to many of the world’s largest companies. The company also provides general management, professional back-office support and creative marketing services through its Williams Lea TAG operations.

Prior to joining DHL, Mark served as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer of Safelite Autoglass where he also led the Human Resources and Government Affairs departments. Prior to joining Safelite, Mark served as Senior Corporate Counsel with The Sherwin-Williams Company.

Mark received his Juris Doctorate degree from the Cleveland Marshall College of Law and his Bachelor of Arts Degree from John Carroll University. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Columbus 2020, the economic development organization for the eleven county Columbus, Ohio region. Mark also serves as a member of the Board of Advisors of Logigforce, and the Board of Visitors of the Cleveland Marshall College of Law. He is a frequent speaker, and the author of several publications, on the changing dynamics of the legal industry.

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Gina Passarella

Editor-in-Chief, The American Lawyer & Global Legal Brands
ALM Media, LLC

Gina Passarella is Editor-in-Chief of The American Lawyer. She has covered the business of law for her entire career, first as a reporter and special projects editor with The Legal Intelligencer in Pennsylvania and then as senior editor for business of law in ALM's global newsroom. She took over as editor-in-chief of The American Lawyer in January 2017.


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