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Improving Litigation Workflows with Technology

Venue

This is a virtual event, accessible online and over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.

Description

In today’s fiercely competitive landscape, law firms and corporate legal departments are under tremendous pressure to deliver critical information faster and more effectively than ever before. For many legal professionals, developments in legal technology play a critical role in their ability to meet and exceed ever-expanding demands on budgets and time.
Join us for this webinar where a panel of leading legal experts, practitioners, and members of the legal knowledge services community will discuss how they are leveraging technology to increase attorney productivity and streamline workflows.

Educational Objectives:

• Learn the latest trends and investments in legal technology – from AI and beyond
• Discover how practitioners are using Litigation Analytics to put the power of big data to work and get answers quickly 
• See how to utilize Judicial Analytics, Practical Guidance and tools including Points of Law in your daily workflow

Who would benefit most from attending this program?

Law Firm Partners and Associates, Corporate Counsel, Legal Practitioners.

Presenters

Mindy Rattan
  • Litigation Team Lead, Analysis
  • Bloomberg Law

Mindy is the litigation team lead in the Analysis unit at Bloomberg Law. She is responsible for developing the litigation-related content on the Bloomberg Law platform. Before assuming that role, Mindy was a legal ethics reporter for Bloomberg Law. She practiced law for 16 years as a commercial litigator. She also counseled colleagues and clients regarding legal ethics issues. She has presented numerous programs both for the ABA's Center for Professional Responsibility and the DC Bar about ethical issues faced in the practice of law, including ethical issues relating to social media and cloud computing, and ethics and integrity. Mindy is a past Chair of the ABA's Center for Professional Responsibility's CLE Committee.

David Kleiman
  • Senior Product Manager, Litigation
  • Bloomberg Law

David Kleiman is Senior Product Manager at Bloomberg Law, focused on delivering tools and analytics for litigation attorneys. He was previously a litigator at Arnold & Porter LLP and law clerk for a federal district court judge. David has written on the topic of demystifying AI for lawyers through supervised machine learning.

Elizabeth T. Simon
  • Ethics Attorney
  • Akin Gump

Liz Simon advises on a wide range of ethics and compliance-related matters to support the firm’s offices worldwide.

Liz is involved in issues impacting firm risk management and client relations. These include resolving conflict-of-interest situations, advising on ethical questions and developing of firm policies to support ethics and compliance best practices.

Liz is an experienced litigator and legal ethics advisor, having spent her legal career representing clients in commercial and business litigation and appeals, including cases involving insurance coverage, professional liability, intellectual property, business torts and legal ethics.

As a legal ethics advisor, she counseled lawyers and bar applicants on legal ethics matters, including investigations, disciplinary proceedings, fee disputes and bar admissions.

Liz has represented clients in the disciplinary process in the District of Columbia and Maryland and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and in District of Columbia fee dispute arbitrations. She speaks and writes extensively on ethics issues.

Continuing Education

Credits:
1.0 General COA, 1.0 CLE
Level:
Basic
Production Date:
07/11/2019