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Building the Legal Consultancy of the Future with AI

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: March 10, 2022
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  • Background
  • Understadning the Data
  • Amplifying Precision
  • Connecting the Dots
  • Triangulate Key Evidence
  • Amplifying Legal Decisions
  • Q & A
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: March 10, 2022

For NY - Difficulty Level: For experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)


Legal professionals face an unprecedented volume, variety, velocity, and complexity of data. Legal AI, such as data visualization, active learning, sentiment analysis, and AI models offer tools to address these challenges - but work best in experienced and creative hands. Learn how savvy law firms are implementing innovative AI-based solutions to future-proof their practices, uncover new opportunities for revenue, and increase profitability. In this session, some of the most successful and innovative eDiscovery practice leaders discuss how with Legal AI in discovery they drive adoption, improve client results, and increase revenue.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek Conference on March 10th, 2022.

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Jessica Anderson

Managing Director

Jessica heads the Discovery & Data Management practice of Deloitte Transactions & Business Analytics LLP with more than 20 years of experience leading complex data management and analytics projects. These projects focused on issues including business interruption, anti-money laundering, products liability, and accounting malpractice. In addition, Jessica has led the build out of over 10 new managed service teams in Cyber, Forensics, Third Party Risk and other domains across Risk & Financial Advisory. In her current role Jessica is responsible for the strategic direction and marketplace growth of the Discovery & Data Management practice.

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Allison Dunham

Director, Advanced Technology & Case Insights

Allison Dunham is a Director of Advanced Technologies at Epiq and has direct oversight of the Case Insights team. She has significant experience consulting on eDiscovery workflows, as part of Early Case Assessment, Review Management, and Technology Assisted Review. Allison is a Brainspace SME and an ECA thought leader. Her areas of expertise include the use of analytics and custom approaches to defensibly cull data, as well as innovative solutions to inform legal strategy and reduce litigation spend.

Allison holds a BA from Pennsylvania State University and a JD from Michigan State University. She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts. In 2016, Allison was recognized as Review Manager of the Year and is currently a Relativity Certified User, Relativity Analytics Specialist, Relativity Certified Administrator, Relativity Expert, Brainspace Analyst, Brainspace Specialist and Brainspace Administrator, as well as a NexLP expert.

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Jeremy Burdge

Head of Legal Engineering
Hogan Lovells

Senior Legal Operations and Technology leader. I focus on breaking the way legal services are currently delivered in order to rebuild them in a way that properly aligns internal and external stakeholders with the legal and financial objectives of the client. I enjoy consulting on how to right fit talent (re)sourcing strategies built around stacks of technology enabled processes and then wrapped in legal project management controls ensuring that the right work is done by the right talent at the right time with client value being provided at the right cost.

At Hogan Lovells, I am focused on leading cross functional teams of Legal Project Managers ("LPM") who support our Litigation, Arbitration & Employment ("LAE") practices in the Americas. The professionals that make up the LPM team rapidly add value to our legal team's performance simply by being trusted advisors and continuously re envisioning the way business strategies can be bent around the way the legal teams practices law. My LPM team has modernized how legal services are being delivered in our Litigation practice by employing innovative operational models that transform the way we engage commercially for these services. This is not only a win win for us, but it's the differentiator that sets this LPM team apart from other Law Firms and service providers in our space.

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Cat Casey

Chief Growth Officer
Reveal Brainspace

Catherine “Cat” Casey, Chief Growth Officer, Reveal Cat Casey is the Chief Growth Officer of Reveal, the leading cloud-based AI-powered legal technology company, where she spearheads development and strategy for its advanced legal technology solutions. She is a frequent keynote speaker and outspoken advocate of legal professionals embracing technology to deliver better legal outcomes. Casey has over a decade and a half of experience assisting clients with complex ediscovery and forensic needs that arise from litigation, expansive regulation, and complex contractual relationships.

Before joining Reveal, Casey was the Chief Innovation Officer of DISCO, and director of Global Practice Support for Gibson Dunn, based out of their New York office. She led a global team comprising experienced practitioners in the areas of electronic discovery, data privacy, and information governance. Prior to that, Casey was a leader in the Forensic Technology Practice for PwC. Prior to that Casey built out the antitrust forensic technology practice and served as the national subject matter expert on ediscovery for KPMG.

Casey has an A.L.B. from Harvard University and attended Pepperdine School of Law.

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Martha Louks

Director of Technology Services
McDermott Will & Emery

Martha K. Louks manages the Firm’s discovery technology team and consults on a wide array of discovery issues, providing high-value, efficiency-driven solutions to complex data challenges. Martha collaborates with legal teams to develop technology and workflow solutions that align with the overall discovery strategy, prepares discovery plans that reduce costs and improve efficiency, and participates in negotiations regarding ESI protocols.

Martha has extensive experience developing preservation plans capable of withstanding intense scrutiny while simultaneously addressing the flexibility necessary for clients to meet their business obligations. She advises on electronic evidence considerations, working closely with legal teams to incorporate the results of the forensic investigation into legal analysis.

Martha is highly skilled in Technology Assisted Review (predictive coding) and advises clients on the defensibility and effectiveness of varied workflow approaches, as well as strategic considerations related to the disclosure of predictive coding processes and metrics. Clients look to McDermott’s strong experience with leveraging predictive coding and other advanced technologies to get discovery done more efficiently and with more cost savings.

In particular, Martha was instrumental in the AB InBev-Grupo Modelo merger where she worked directly with the US Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Antitrust Division in developing a predictive coding protocol to limit review to only those documents most relevant and responsive to the DOJ’s requests.

Martha is a Certified Relativity Expert, having three concurrent certifications: Relativity Certified Administrator, Relativity Analytics Specialist, and Relativity Assisted Review Specialist.

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Daryl Teshima

Senior Managing Director
FTI Consulting

Daryl Teshima is a Senior Managing Director in FTI Consulting’s Technology practice and is based in Los Angeles. Mr. Teshima assists clients with the electronic data discovery process in litigation and government investigations, and in developing in-house corporate e-discovery and records management programs. He has more than 15 years of experience in information management and litigation support.

Mr. Teshima has wide experience in the issues presented by electronic discovery, including data acquisitions and examinations, analysis and conversion of structured and unstructured data, and review and production of electronic documents, databases and web sites. He also advises on information management, helping agencies and companies update their approach to records management in the electronic age. His responsibilities span from managing examinations and investigations of computer data to the daily management of electronic discovery consulting staff.

Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Teshima managed Operations for KPMG’s Forensic Technology service, which encompassed the implementation of SOC-2 Type-A certified electronic data procedures and the establishment of globally consistent methodologies that included implementing kCura Relativity in more than 15 geographies and establishing a follow-the-sun support plan. Mr. Teshima was also a principal of Strategic Discovery, Inc., which was acquired by FTI Consulting in 2008 and which he co-founded in 2002. In addition, Mr. Teshima was Director of Practice Systems for Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, where he guided the Firm’s application of technology to the practice of law.

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