Turning Big Data into Big Insights
On-Demand Webcast With TyMetrix
Building appropriate pricing, staffing and budget plans for individual matters requires historic and current information to make informed decisions about the future.
This webcast will investigate the major issues faced by both corporate legal departments and law firms in their planning processes.
Our panelists will share tips for using the largest legal performance data repository ever compiled, TyMetrix LegalVIEW™ data warehouse, to extract insight and knowledge.
Find out what you can do with detailed information such as:
TyMetrix, in conjunction with Law.com, will host this panel discussion about transforming the business of law.
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Wednesday, October 16, 2013
1:00 PM ET
Chris Emerson serves as the director of the firm’s Practice Economics Group, an innovative group focused on appropriate pricing and budgeting as well as managing engagements to ensure work is completed successfully, on schedule, and on budget. The group has developed an extensive array of web-based tools to price new engagements, track those engagements in extraordinary detail, analyze and compare engagements in order to develop best practices, report project and budget progress to clients and give managing lawyers extraordinary insight into the operations they supervise.
Prior to his current role, Mr. Emerson managed the firm’s Client Technology Group which created and continues to create a wide range of solutions that help streamline legal work processes and permit the firm to operate with the unprecedented efficiency now demanded in today’s highly competitive legal marketplace.
Mr. Emerson also serves as the Vice President for the Business and Financial Management peer group with the International Legal Technology Association.
Krissa Spence is a VP in Corporate Procurement at Key, where she directs spend management strategies for Key’s Law Group. She is responsible for delivering operational efficiencies and savings initiatives that contribute to the Procurement department savings goal of $30-40MM per year. Krissa joined KeyBank in 2008 as an attorney in Corporate Procurement, where she specialized in the negotiation of high value, high risk commercial contracts for technology products and services, marketing and consulting services.
Prior to Key, Krissa was an Assistant Counsel in New York City government, negotiating high profile license agreements for the City and she began her career as a litigation Associate at Wilson Elser, a New York law firm. Krissa is licensed to practice law in the state of Ohio and received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Case Western Reserve University and a Juris Doctor from Pace University School of Law.