The Future of Legal Technology
How will technology change the business of law in 2014? Will your firm be ready?
eDiscovery takes the drudgery out of one labor-intensive task, however, other areas seem ripe for automation. Will your next juror be a computer, or just chosen by one?
Join technology analyst Michael Krieger and Recommind eDiscovery counsel Drew Lewis and learn how advances in legal technology can free up valuable resources from mundane and repetitive tasks.
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In his role as eDiscovery Counsel at Recommind, Mr. Lewis consults with outside counsel and in house legal departments about effective discovery strategies and the benefits of implementing predictive coding solutions.
Prior to joining Recommind, he worked as a commercial litigator with Baker Donelson out of the firm's Nashville office. Mr. Lewis has handled all aspects of discovery in his representation of clients, and through his private practice developed a streamlined approach to discovery that was helpful in many clients being able to resolve their litigation favorably while still keeping costs in alignment within their budget.
Michael has been involved in various disciplines in the information technology field for more than 40 years. His background and experience in product development, marketing and sales give him a unique perspective on how and why technologies succeed in the marketplace.
Michael held executive positions with Hitachi, AST, Ziff-Davis and several high-tech startups before forming his consultancy in 1999.
Drew Lewis, Esq.
MRK Technology Marketing