Asking attorneys to do the same thing over and over is inefficient, expensive, and, frankly, boring. For William McDermod at Boehringer Ingelheim, there’s a much better way to practice law these days: with AI.
For Ron Harry, AI Visionary and former director of legal operations at Honeywell, thoughtful use of technology to accelerate critical work helps make legal ops teams the powerplant of legal departments.
After gathering years of experience in law firm and service provider environments, AI Visionary Josh Kreamer is well versed in the many ways AI can make a legal department a value driver instead of a cost center. He brings this expertise to AstraZeneca and has helped transform the way they do e-discovery.
An AI Visionary and the inaugural winner of the AI Catalyst category at the Relativity Innovation Awards in 2021, Briordy Meyers helps usher in the many benefits of technology at pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim. How does he do it?
Informed by years of litigation experience across all types of litigation and investigatory matters, when AI Visionary Dave Orensten assumed responsibility for the eDiscovery function at Cardinal Health, he saw a discipline ripe for improvement and opportunity. With help from his team, AI capabilities and a dedication to developing further in-house capabilities, Cardinal Health’s Discovery Center of Excellence lives up to its name.
In a world where personal data finds its way into just about every system, everywhere, privacy officers like Carnival’s Jennifer Harkins Garone are paving the way to protect sensitive information and enable their organizations to extract more value from the data they’ve been entrusted with. AI is key to getting it right.
The latest insights, trends, and spotlights — directly to your inbox.
The Relativity Blog covers the latest in legal tech and compliance, professional development topics, and spotlights on the many bright minds in our space. Subscribe today to learn something new, stay ahead of emerging tech, and up-level your career.
Interested in being one of our authors? Learn more about
how to contribute
to The Relativity Blog.