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Liz Roegner is an account executive at Relativity. Before joining Relativity, she was a practicing attorney with Choate Hall & Stewart LLP in Boston, where she focused on commercial litigation, government investigations, and insurance/reinsurance arbitration.
Innovation doesn’t happen in a vacuum, and collaboration is an essential key to success in the legal realm. For Chris Haley, this knowledge has helped him establish some important habits over the course of his career.
Benjamin Dryden, partner and vice chair of the antitrust partner group at Foley & Lardner, unashamedly calls himself a Luddite. But, he says, adopting and applying AI doesn’t take a technologist, or even a technology lover.
For Ruth Hauswirth, special counsel and head of litigation and e-discovery services at Cooley, being at the forefront of integrating technology with the practice of law has been an integral part of her nearly 30-year legal career.
Data—and its challenges—abound in the world of business and the law. AI Visionary Kelly Friedman, senior counsel and national leader of Beyond eDiscovery, at BLG, has forged a career unafraid to tackle it from every angle. For Kelly, e-discovery, cybersecurity, and privacy need to go hand in hand to be able to practice effectively—and AI helps it all come together.
AI Visionary Avi Gesser is building incredible solutions to challenges in cybersecurity, privacy, e-discovery, and other legal matters. We were thrilled with his perspective on how far AI has come, and how it can help teams in all areas of business do more, better.
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