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Why Lawyers are Adopting AI Faster Than You: Law Firm Leaders Share Technology Strategies


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: January 30, 2019
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Agenda


  • Why are lawyers leveraging AI?
  • Definitions and use cases
  • AI in eDiscovery
  • The legal and scientific ethics of AI
  • Beyond TAR: Next Gen AI tools
  • Q & A
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: January 30, 2019

Description

Predictive coding paved the way for a new era of AI-enhanced law firms. Where do we go next? Automated document summaries, claims extraction, multifaceted chronologies, sentiment analysis, and more are on the horizon. Law firm leaders are looking to these technologies to grow their competitive edge and realize new client service enhancements.

In this breakout, panelists will share their insights on the problems and pain points faced in their practice, their innovation journey towards developing technological solutions, and the new AI-enhanced technologies that they are actively pioneering with software developers right now.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek Conference on January 30th, 2019.

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Panelists

David Lapresi

CEDS, eDiscovery and Litigation Support Manager
Phillips Lytle LLP

David Lapresi is the eDiscovery and Litigation Support Manager. She Manages the technology and vendor selections for litigation matters. Provide training and advice for eDiscovery topics. Consult with firm staff and clients developing technology plans for each matter.

Alexis Mitchell

Principal Data Scientist
Opus 2 International

Alexis is the Principal Data Scientist at Opus 2 International.

Andrea D'Ambra

Partner - Electronic Discovery & Information Governance Group
Norton Rose Fulbright

Andrea L. D'Ambra is a partner in the New York office, where she focuses on e-discovery, information management, data privacy and cross border discovery.

Throughout Andrea's legal career, she has developed and implemented cutting-edge technological solutions for addressing her client's electronic discovery and information governance challenges. Andrea's technical background helps her bridge the gap between legal requirements and technical realities and allows her to work effectively with her clients' IT personnel.

At a time when costs savings are critical to a company's ongoing success, Andrea has helped many clients find less expensive ways to comply with their discovery obligations and appropriately limit the scope of discovery.

Andrea counsels clients on preservation and data management issues, and has drafted information governance and records management policies for a number of multi-national companies. In addition to counselling, she has assisted clients in navigating foreign data privacy laws while complying with U.S. discovery obligations. Andrea also has presented at and moderated various Continuing Legal Education programs on patent, copyright and e-discovery issues, and has written on various e-discovery topics.

Her intellectual property experience includes patent, trademark, copyright litigation for both corporations and individual clients.

Andrea served for over seven years as an officer in the United States Navy. Her diverse Naval experience includes serving as an action officer for high-profile investigations within the Bureau of Naval Personnel and managing the administrative and legal issues of the Navy's computer network defense command.

Andrea also is an adjunct professor of law at Temple and William and Mary Law Schools where she teaches classes on Electronic Discovery.

Adam Kuhn

Director of Product Marketing
OpenText

Adam is the Director of Product Marketing. He holds an advanced certification for the Axcelerate eDiscovery platform and is responsible for research, education and outreach programs. Adam also serves as a Senior Research Fellow at the McCarthy Institute for IP & Technology Law at the University of San Francisco School of Law.

Prior to joining OpenText, Adam worked as a legal analyst for a Fortune 500 company and as a senior research fellow at the McCarthy Institute for IP & Technology Law.

Adam holds a JD and MBA from the University of San Francisco and a BA from New York University.

David L. Stanton

Partner
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

David Stanton leads the firm’s nationally recognized Information Law and Electronic Discovery group, oversees the firm’s nationwide Litigation Support department, and is a member of Pillsbury’s Privacy, Data Security & Information Use group.

David’s practice largely focuses upon emerging issues involving the intersection of law and technology, including information governance, electronic discovery, cyber-risk, privacy and incident response. He facilitates Pillsbury’s electronic discovery activities across all offices and he manages the firm’s largest e-discovery projects. David collaborates with in-house attorneys and IT professionals on projects involving information management, records retention, cloud migrations and data disposition, as well as litigation readiness programs and litigation hold procedures.


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