March 20th

Legalweek 2022 Recap


Legalweek 2022 Recap

Legalweek 2022 had a feeling of energy, excitement, and enthusiasm greater than any Legalweek (or Legal Tech) in years. Innovation abounded, AI was at every corner…and Reveal was everywhere with its rollout of the much-anticipated Reveal 11.

Reveal threw the blowout party of the conference, an elegant gala event at the Rainbow Room attended by over 700 guests – and they were the lucky ones, yet others had to be turned away.

Reveal was the conference’s title sponsor, and Reveal’s logo was ubiquitous, seen on the seat cover of every chair in the main ballroom as well as on banners circumnavigating the ballroom’s balcony; conference registration booths; large wall displays; even the floor. Reveal videos ran before the beginning of each keynote session. At the Legalweek awards dinner, guests entered the room to a sea of Reveal balloons.

Reveal’s presence went far beyond its logo. Folks from Reveal could hardly have been more active and more visible. Reveal’s booth was the busiest of the conference, with a robust crowd regularly gathered round to see one of the more than 200 Reveal 11 demos booked for event. Cat Casey and George Socha introduced the conference keynote sessions, its awards dinner, and several of the awards and between them conducted more than 15 live podcast interviews of a wide array of guests from corporations, law firms, academia, and more.

Reveal was busy on the educational front as well, with six educational panels and three LITE Stage presentations:

Panel Sessions:

  • Jay Leib moderated “AI Models as Your Legal Force Multiplier” with speakers Aaron Bath, National Director of Litigation Management, Balfour Beatty US; Ilan Sherr, Legal Director, DLA Piper / Aiscension; Aaron Crews, UnitedLex; and Isha Chopra, Director of Data Science, and Dr. Irina Matveeva, Chief Data Scientist, both with Reveal-Brainspace.
  • Jeff Fehrman moderated “The Journey Starts Here: Building Your Client-Centric Legaltech Roadmap” with speakers Kristin Sunderman, Litigation Support Director, Freddie Mac, and Alex Jacobs, Director, Berkeley Research Group (BRG).
  • George Socha moderated “The Time for Change Has Come: Streamlining Privilege Review” with speakers David Stanton, Litigation Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP; Michelle Six, Partner, Kirkland & Ellis; Rachel Tausend, Partner, K&L Gates; and Rose Jones, Partner & Director of eDiscovery Project Management & Technology, King & Spalding.
  • George also moderated “Practical eDiscovery Insights from Norton Rose Fulbright’s High-Impact Cyber Incident Response Team” with speakers Anna Rudawski, Partner; Kate Nelson, Associate; and Sam Sessler, Assistant Director, Global eDiscovery Services, all from Norton Rose Fullbright.
  • Cat Casey moderated “Beyond TAR 2.0: Exploring the Current State of TAR” with speakers the Hon. Andrew Peck, Senior Counsel, DLA Piper; Andrea D'Ambra, Head of eDiscovery & Information Governance, Norton Rose Fullbright US; Bobby Malhotra, eDiscovery Counsel, Munger Tolles & Olson; Jeanne Somma, Chief Legal Officer & Global Head of Managed Review, Lineal Services; and Michael D. Sarlo, Chief Innovation Officer, HaystackID.
  • Cat also moderated “Building the Legal Consultancy of the Future with AI” with speakers Jeremy Burdge, Head of Legal Engineering, Hogan Lovells; Allison Dunham, Director, Advanced Technologies, Case Insights, Epiq; Jessica Anderson, Managing Director, Deloitte; Martha Louks, Director of Technology Services, McDermott Will & Emery; and Daryl Teshima, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting.

LITE Stage Sessions:

  • Irina Matveeva, “How Does a Chief Data Scientist Tackle the Challenges of eDiscovery with AI?”;
  • Cat Casey, “Becoming Ironman – Thriving in a post-AI World”; and
  • George Socha, “eDiscovery AI + FRCP = Better, Faster, Cheaper”.

If you did not have a chance to meet with us a Legalweek, contact us to schedule a demo of Reveal 11.