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Understanding Litigation Technology Trends

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


Technology can help lawyers work more efficiently, but there is a lack of understanding about the technology available to assist lawyers in competently serving their clients. And when machine learning is implicated, concerns about the “black box” and implicit bias are raised. Practitioners need to understand the extent to which technology can assist their daily litigation practice and must know the questions to ask about the limits and benefits of the technology in order to comply with their ethical obligations.Join Bloomberg Law for this 60-minute webinar that will incorporate specific examples in an in-depth look at how to evaluate litigation-focused technology offerings from an ethics perspective.

Educational Objectives
See how technology is helping to improve lawyer efficiency, especially in the litigation arena, with a focus on research and writing tools. Learn the key questions to ask to assess the benefits and risks of using technology.

Who would benefit most from attending this program?

  • Law firm practitioners who use or supervise the use of legal tech, especially those responsible for the firm’s choice of which tools to use
  • In-house counsel whose companies are using or might in the future make use of legal tech tools


Adrienne Fowler
  • Partner
  • Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP

Adrienne Fowler helps communications and tech companies navigate the maze of federal, state, and international regulations related to consumer protection, privacy, and data security. She works with clients to develop comprehensive regulatory strategies and counsels other law firms on preventing, planning for, and responding to data security incidents affecting confidential client data.

Eli Nelson
  • Counsel
  • Sidley Austin LLP

Eli Nelson is an experienced litigator and data scientist who focuses his practice on electronic discovery and litigation strategy. He helps clients leverage advanced data analytics and technology to conduct more efficient and cost-effective discovery and fact development in complex litigation and regulatory enforcement matters. With a deep understanding of litigation objectives and challenges, Eli advises on matters in the areas of corporate law, antitrust, compliance, products liability, and government investigations, among many other areas.

Nexus Sea
  • Of Counsel
  • Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Nexus Sea is a litigator and trial lawyer who has played key roles in high-profile matters on behalf of Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, and pharmaceutical companies in complex commercial litigation, financial services, and product liability matters in state and federal courts. One emerging area of law that Nexus focuses his practice on is the intersection of artificial intelligence and product liability law.

Moderator: Mindy Rattan
  • Litigation Team Lead
  • 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 for the ABA's Center for Professional Responsibility and the DC Bar about ethical issues faced in the practice of law, including those related 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.

Continuing Education

1.0 General COA, 1.0 CLE
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