AI Risks and Rewards

AI Risks and Rewards in Legal – in Austin!: eDiscovery Events

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has plenty of rewards, but also plenty of risks too, especially for legal use cases. If you’re in Austin tomorrow, there’s an in-person event sponsored by Cobra Legal Solutions that will discuss the AI risks and rewards in legal!

Join Cobra Legal Solutions, BakerHostetler and Reveal Brainspace for an intriguing panel discussion on AI risks and rewards in the legal profession! The panel gathers some of the foremost experts on this topic including:

  • James Sherer, Esq. – Partner, BakerHostetler
  • Ariana Dindiyal, Esq. – Associate, BakerHostetler
  • Cat Casey, Esq. – Chief Growth Officer, Reveal Brainspace
  • Doug Kaminski – Chief Revenue Officer, Cobra Legal Solutions

The event will be tomorrow (Thursday, June 9th) from noon CT to 1:30pm CT at the Moonshine Grill & Bar at 303 Red River Street in Austin, TX!

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Lunch is provided in addition to the knowledge and discussion. Parking is available on 3rd Street and in the adjacent Convention Center parking structure.

It’s limited to the first 40 people, so register quickly! Here’s the link to register. And I plan to be there, so say “hi!”.

Speaking of Cobra Legal Solutions, Zone: Doug and John Pappas, Senior Director of Cobra Legal Solutions sat down with Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad of EDRM to talk about their approach to pricing alignment with clients and what attracted John Pappas to Cobra. Check out that conversation here!

So, what do you think? Do you feel that you understand AI risks and rewards in the legal profession? If not (and you’re in Austin), join us!  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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