Revolutionizing Governance and eDiscovery with Entity Analytics

Sponsored Sessions Ballroom H

Given the exponential rise in data, attorneys have an obligation to meet today’s Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) challenges and stay on top of technology in order to achieve broader institutional benefits. Moving from document-centric to entity-centric analytics is the key to gain valuable knowledge.

Nowhere is this more evident than in the Compliance and eDiscovery markets, where organizations are facing increased pressure from two groups: regulators to analyze more data and CFOs to keep legal costs down. Therefore, by employing “smart” analytics, organizations can mitigate the escalating cost of eDiscovery by utilizing innovative technologies to reduce time and cost associated with manual review.

This presentation will explain how the combination of new entity-centric analytics can empower organizations to meet their information governance challenges and reduce the time and cost associated with discovery.

Key topics for discussion include:

  • Innovative processes and technology to meet GRC and eDiscovery requirements
  • Evolution and trends in scalable unstructured text analytics
  • Application of entity-oriented analytics to cost-effectively manage compliance and eDiscovery challenges

This session is sponsored by Digital Reasoning

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Tim Estes

Digital Reasoning

Tim Estes is the president and founder of Digital Reasoning, a leader in trusted cognitive computing. Driven by the belief that all software can learn and that all people should have access to it, Tim and his team work closely with leaders in government and industry to solve extraordinarily valuable and morally compelling problems in national security, finance, healthcare, and other markets by automating the understanding of human communication.

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Brandon Daniels

Clutch Group

Brandon Daniels is the President of Managed Services for Clutch Group. Brandon leads the organization’s strategy for all commercial and operational aspects of our Litigation & Investigation, Compliance & Risk, and Corporate In-house Services. Brandon has an extensive background in the management and application of legal technology. Over the last decade, he has focused on applying technology to legal services in order to create efficiency, increase quality, and reduce risk for corporations. He has managed the development or acquisition and implementation of knowledge management, performance tracking, data room, and litigation support software systems. He has also led the creation of facilities and technology environments that have withstood both risk and security audits from some of the largest investment banks, bioscience companies, and technology corporations in the world. Brandon is frequently asked to speak and lecture at conferences and universities on trends in the legal market, risk and compliance needs for corporations, and the growing role of technology in the goal to mitigate risk and drive performance.

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