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Moneyballing with a Killer Contract Analytics Department


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: February 05, 2020
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Agenda



  • Priming up on the solution landscape in contract analytics
  • Learn how to track core contract analytics and set up automated reporting
  • Elevating Legal’s status from risk manager to business growth partner
  • Case studies where contract analytics accelerated dealflow & value to business
  • Business of law implications

Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: February 5, 2020

Description

There’s a lot of noise about advanced analytics in contract lifecycle management. In this revealing session, we’ll underscore the Core KPIs that matter most in assessing contract performance and risk management. From offsetting risk, to assessing employee productivity, all the way to gaining valuable insights into sales performance, a rich contracts analytics platform is indispensable. In this session, you’ll learn how to get the most out of your contract analytics department by identifying and leveraging the core KPIs that matter most.

This program was recorded as part of Law.com's Legalweek Conference on February 5th, 2020.

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Panelists

Dina Traugot

Group General Counsel, Corporate Legal & Corporate Legal Operations
Travelers

Dina Ganz Traugot is Group General Counsel and Chief Contracts Counsel at Travelers, where she manages approximately 25 lawyers and legal professionals. Dina is responsible for Corporate Legal Operations, focusing on driving innovation, transformation, efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of legal services. Dina has emphasized data and analytics as part of her leadership of the Contracts & Technology Legal Group. Dina also oversees Intellectual Property and the Corporate Real Estate Legal Group. Dina joined Travelers in 2011.

Prior to joining Travelers, Dina was Associate General Counsel at Moody’s Corporation; Technology Counsel at Lehman Brothers; Director, Business & Legal Affairs at A&E Television; and Counsel at Dow Jones. Dina started her legal career as an Associate at Debevoise & Plimpton.

Dina graduated with an A.B. from Brown University and a J.D. from Yale Law School.

Derek Karpel

Account Executive
ContractPodAI

Derek M. Karpel, Esq. is a Senior Account Executive with ContractPodAi®. His passion lies between the intersection of law and technology and has been in the space for close to a decade. Prior to his time at ContractPodAi®, Derek worked at Thomson Reuters and eventually moved into the robotics/artificial intelligence space. Derek is licensed to practice law in the State of California.

Daryl Shetterly

Director
Orrick Analytics

Daryl Shetterly is a Six Sigma Black Belt, is the Director of Orrick Analytics, and helps manage Orrick's Global Operations Center in Wheeling, WV. Daryl’s passion is bringing innovation and business process to the practice of law. The Financial Times recognized Orrick Analytics for the #2 and #3 Most Innovative Product and Service in 2017 and 2018.

Daryl manages a team of 25+ tech-savvy attorneys, 100+ contract attorneys, assistants that handle project management, analysts that perform big data analysis and statistical modeling, and technologists that build bots, scripts and tools that increase quality and reduce human effort. Daryl’s team designs processes, workflows and templates that are used by dedicated project managers to deliver project plans and enable data driven budgeting and decision-making. As an early adopter of artificial intelligence and machine learning, Daryl’s team uses technology to augment due diligence and drafting tasks, TAR and continuous active learning for eDiscovery, and advanced tools for concept and sentiment analysis.

Daryl’s mission is straightforward: enhance accuracy, speed and security of scalable legal work, generate insights specific to the engagement and reduce client cost.

Daryl helps administer Orrick's Legal Technology Venture Fund. Prior to joining Orrick, Daryl was a Partner at LeClairRyan in Virginia.

Scott A. Milner

Partner
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.

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.

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