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What Lawyers Need to Know About Artificial Intelligence (AI) *Class by Webinar*

October 3, 2018
Credit: 2.0 Credit Hours
Description: Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) already carries out many legal tasks, and its use is increasing exponentially. Corporations, regulators and enforcers are increasingly leveraging AI solutions in many ways
and law firms are under increasing pressure to do the same.So what do lawyers really need to know about AI? Join our expert faculty to learn about the following:
  • What is AI and why is important for lawyers to understand it 
  • How AI is being used most effectively in the legal industry today
  • Future uses of AI
  • How AI is creating new legal issues -- and thus new opportunities -- for lawyers.
  • Gina M. Anders, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Emily R. Fedeles, Baker & Hostetler LLP
  • Jonathan D. Nystrom, Ernst & Young LLP
Fee: $89 D.C. Bar Community Members; $99 D.C. Bar Members; $109 Government Attorneys; $129 Others

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Jonathan Nystrom, Ernst & Young LLP

Emily Fedeles, Baker & Hostetler LLP

Gina Anders, Ernst & Young LLP

I work with regional and national leaders at Ernst & Young to develop and manage strategic accounts and provide innovative and cost-effective eDiscovery, information governance, forensic data analytics, cybersecurity, compliance, and investigation solutions in legal and regulatory matters. I focus on assisting clients in navigating the complexities of fact development in investigations, litigation, and regulatory matters -- including all aspects of eDiscovery, data analytics, forensic accounting, and damages quantification related to fraud, anti-corruption, antitrust and competition, cybersecurity, and antitrust & competition. EY's Forensic & Integrity Services team understands more than just how to collect, process, review, analyze and host data. We understand our clients' business, in

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