eBrevia co-founder and president Ned Gannon authors “Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language in M&A: When Context Matters” for InsideBigData.com. This guest-featured article explores the ways in which AI is changing the world of M&A and contract analysis.
AiThority publishes eBrevia president and co-founder Ned Gannon’s article, “Impact of AI in the Legal Profession”.
eBrevia Co-Founder Adam Nguyen was a featured panelist at 2019 Corporate Counsel Institute. The panel “Artificial Intelligence Law for In-House Counsel” provides insight to professionals in the legal industry looking to implement AI, with Adam sharing insights into use of AI by lawyers in corporate legal departments and law firms. Other panelists included Huu Nguyen from Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP, Sandra Kirsch from formerly of KPMG, and Madiha Jafri PhD from Lockheed Martin.
Corporate Counsel Institute
As part of the panel titled “Alternative Business Models – How can GCs Make the Most of their Outside Legal Ecosystem?”, eBrevia co-founder Adam Nguyen discusses how GCs can orchestrate their outside ecosystem, including legal technology, according to their business needs. This panel also features Vicky Lockie from SYKE, Matthew Kellett from EY, and Stephen Cooke from HSBC.
GC Leadership Summit 2019 Agenda
Legility, a New Law company serving over one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200, has partnered with eBrevia to improve the efficiency of its lawyers’ contract review. This partnership will see Legility’s legal experts leveraging eBrevia technology to condense project timeframes and improve the accuracy of their results by embedding eBrevia's AI into tech-enabled Enterprise Legal Solutions.
Preethy Prakash will be joined by Paul Jolas (US Concrete) and Ron Tienzo (Legility), discussing how to get the most out of AI in legal tech. This panel is part of Symposium by Legility, which brings together leaders in general counsel, legal ops, cyber and data governance, litigation and discovery.
Symposium by Legility
eBrevia parent company DFIN announces sponsorship of RegTech Data Summit in New York City. Ned Gannon, eBrevia president, will be featured in the discussion “Enterprise Digitization Panel: Data Management, Emerging Tech, and Risk.” Craig Clay, DFIN’s President of Global Capital Markets, will also be in attendance, kicking off the introduction and delivering closing remarks.
In a panel discussing the ins and outs of AI and its effects on the legal profession, Ned Gannon was joined by Rory Radding (Locke Lord LLP), Alexander Puutio (United Nations), Diane Holt (Bloomberg Law), Jonathan Askin (Brooklyn Law School), and Matthew D’Amore (Cornell Tech). The New York State Bar Association’s Spring Meeting was held at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP in New York City.
eBrevia president Ned Gannon was a featured panelist at the legal technology conference “Document Review, Analysis & Interpretation Using AI”. The event, held at the University of Chicago, provides insight to professionals in the legal industry looking to implement AI.
Giant City Media
PLI hosts eBrevia co-founder Adam Nguyen for their discussion entitled “What is AI? AI in the legal industry”. The topics covered include basic overviews of AI, the differences between specific and general AI, different use cases of AI in legal, and an AI demonstration. Nguyen is joined in this panel discussion by Dennis C. Garcia (Microsoft) and Charles M. Post (BNY Mellon).
Practicing Law Institute
During this CLE eligible session, eBrevia co-founder Adam Nguyen joins Amy Sellars (Walmart), Huu Nguyen (Squire Patton Boggs), Scott Bailey (Squire Patton Boggs), and Lara Trujillo Webb (PwC) to discuss what makes an AI project a success in corporate legal departments and law firms. This discussion follows the lifecycle of an AI solution and touches on what the future may hold for legal tech.
Thomson Reuters has won Technology Supplier of the Year at the 2018 British Legal Awards. This award was granted for their solution to challenges involving GDPR for The Automobile Association. The solution consisted of a collaborative implementation of tools and services including eBrevia, Pangea3 Legal Managed Services, SYKE, and Contract Express.
The British Legal Awards 2018
eBrevia co-founder Adam Nguyen joins the panel discussion, Innovation in Legal/compliance Reg Tech, at Societe Generale's Innovation & Digital Day. The panel also features Lisa Roitman and Reshma Khamis from Bloomberg, and iCash founder Will McDonough. The panel explores the importance of contract and vendor management; how innovation drives opportunity and revenue; and how legal, compliance, and risk management professionals can leverage technology like eBrevia to further their goals. Hosted by Societe Generale, the Innovation & Digital Day conference outlines the impact of cutting-edge technology on financial services.
Digital & Innovation
Ned Gannon, eBrevia co-founder and CEO, was a featured panelist in the 14th annual Corporate Securities Forum. Titled “New Technology for Legal and Finance Professionals,” the panel explored the roles technology plays, the benefits produced, and specific case studies and practical use cases. Other panelists included Jeffrey Libson and Anna Moca from Cooley, Vicki Amand from EY, and Thomas O’Reilly from AuditBoard. The event was hosted by Donnelley Financial Services and held at the Union League of Philadelphia.
As part of an event that brings together legal practitioners and thought leaders, eBrevia's co-founder Adam Nguyen shares the most effective ways of applying today’s legal technology. His presentation highlights the use cases addressed by the combination of eBrevia’s software alongside Thompson Reuters’ Legal Managed Services and Contract Express. Generate 2018 is held in London this September.
eBrevia co-founder and CEO Ned Gannon presented as part of an evening of legal tech discussion and networking in New York City’s Chrysler Building. Hosted by the group NY Legal Tech Meetup, the event brought together lawyers, technologists and legal tech experts. As a top legal tech company in New York City, eBrevia is happy to participate in events such as this to help build the growing NYC legal tech ecosystem.
eBrevia cofounder and CTO Jacob Mundt explores the benefits of using eBrevia’s artificial intelligence within the Box environment at this year’s BoxWorks convention. Hosted by Box, one of the world’s top file sharing platforms, BoxWorks brings together leaders from the tech sector and various industries to explore the application of the latest technology. The presentation takes place on August 29 in San Francisco, CA.
Ned Gannon, eBrevia’s co-founder and CEO, will participate in a panel entitled Artificial Intelligence Beyond the Hype at ILTACON 2018 in National Harbor, MD on August 23rd. The panel is one of a series of four addressing artificial intelligence in the legal industry. Other panelists include Andrew Arruda, co-founder and CEO of ROSS Intelligence and Jake Heller, founder and CEO of Casetext. The panel will be moderated by Richard Tromans, Legal Industrialist and founder of Artificial Lawyer. The panel will discuss successes, challenges and best practices in the implementation of AI for a variety of legal use cases. The event is hosted by the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA).
On a panel titled “Leading by example: Legal technology in action,” eBrevia's co-founder Adam Nguyen discusses how eBrevia's clients are increasing efficiency in their legal and compliance departments, as well as business units, by deploying eBrevia’s artificial intelligence software. The panel presents key findings and a client case study from the newly-formed venture between eBrevia and Thomson Reuters. This panel also features Maniti Barot and Andy Wishart from Thomson Reuters, and Alistair Maiden from Syke.
GC Leadership Summit 2018 Agenda
Ned Gannon, eBrevia’s co-founder and CEO, joined a prestigious panel of AI thought leaders at Invest Canada ’18 in Calgary. The session entitled “Artificial Intelligence: Cutting Through the Hype” looked through the noise to explore actual experiences in the successful identification and application of modern machine intelligence techniques in a number of industries. The panel also included Kevin Collins, co-founder and CEO of Bit Stew Systems (acquired by GE) and Jimoh Ovbiagele, co-founder and CTO of Ross Intelligence. It was moderated by Shawn Abbott of iNovia Capital. Invest Canada is Canada’s premier private equity and venture capital conference and each year draws investors, companies and service providers from around the world.
Invest Canada ’18