Webinar - Broadcast on December 9

Kick off 2021 with an AI-centric mindset within your litigation and investigation teams

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Expanding the use of artificial intelligence across the lifecycle of a matter—including pre, during, and post document review—can elevate your team’s value to your organization. But what does it take to get your organization to buy in to these methodologies, especially if it is not yet comfortable with AI?

Join our expert panel featuring a mix of technologists and practitioners as they discuss AI opportunities, challenges, and where development is needed.

Key takeaways

  • A view of how AI can be applied across the lifecycle of a matter to create actionable insights
  • Knowledge of AI applications you may not have considered
  • Ideas you can use to increase AI adoption within your organization



Jay Leib

Executive Vice President of Strategy & Innovation, Reveal

Jay is responsible for Reveal platform’s innovation and strategy and tasked with accelerating the adoption of Reveal’s NexLP AI technology. With over a decade of experience in the technology field he has worked in multiple roles on some of the largest e-discovery and fraud investigation projects in the world. Jay successfully founded and led software start-ups throughout his career. Prior to joining Reveal via acquisition, he was the CEO of NexLP. Prior to NexLP, Jay was Chief Strategy Officer at Relativity. Jay holds an MBA from the University of Notre Dame and Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College.

Mark Noel

Hogan Lovells, Director of Technology Assisted Review and Analytics

Mark helps clients reduce the costs and risks associated with electronic discovery, investigations, and other legal operations by using technologies such as: supervised machine learning (e.g., technology assisted review or “predictive coding”), unsupervised machine learning, advanced analytics, data visualization, automation, empirical testing, and custom metrics for effective cross-matter reporting.  Mark holds his J.D. from The University of Wisconsin Law School.

Stacey Blaustein

Counsel - Corporate Litigation IBM Corporation

Stacey Blaustein is Counsel for the Corporate Litigation Department at IBM Corporation in Armonk, NY. She manages all aspects of E-Discovery from working on global and domestic cases to setting policies and best practices.  Her previous experience includes over 18 years as a securities litigation attorney and general litigation practice. Stacey is a graduate of Barnard College of Columbia University, and the Emory University School of Law.

Allison Dunham

Epiq, Director, Global Service Delivery

Allison Dunham is based in Charlotte, NC. She has significant experience consulting throughout the various stages of eDiscovery, including Early Case Assessment, Review Management, and Technology Assisted Review. Allison is a Brainspace SME and an ECA thought leader.  Areas of expertise include analytics tools and strategies to defensibly cull data, as well as innovative workflows. Allison is a licensed attorney who holds a J.D. from Michigan State University.

Eric Crawley - Moderator

Epiq, Vice President, Advanced Technologies and Review

Eric Crawley's responsibilities include leadership and oversight of review management and technology assisted review consulting. He has worked for Epiq since 2009 in a variety of capacities, including as review manager, director, managing director of professional Services, and managing director of U.S. document review services. Eric advises key clients on eDiscovery program design, Project management, Workflow development and Technology adoption.

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