Baker & Hostetler proved itself a pioneer in the use of technology in 2016, when it became the first law firm to announce it had licensed the artificial intelligence product developed by ROSS Intelligence, powered by IBM’s Watson. 

Two years later, it organized the IncuBaker brand, an ALSP-type service focused on data analytics and making sense of the legal tech marketplace. At the start of this year, it placed the team of lawyers and technologists of IncuBaker under the umbrella of its new digital assets and data management group. For this Q&A, Baker & Hostetler director of practice services Katherine Lowry, who leads IncuBaker, joined digital assets and data management practice leader Ted Kobus earlier this week to talk about the unit’s trajectory.

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