Andrew Shimek of Neota Logic to Speak at the Summit on Legal Innovation and Disruption (SOLID)

Andrew Shimek of Neota Logic to Speak at the Summit on Legal Innovation and Disruption (SOLID)

Andrew Shimek of Neota Logic to Speak at the Summit on Legal Innovation and Disruption (SOLID)

New York—September 5, 2017: Andrew Shimek, COO and President of Neota Logic, creators of a leading artificial intelligence (AI)-driven platform for the intelligent automation of expertise, documents, and business processes, is speaking at SOLID on September 14th in New York City.

Andrew will speak on “Putting AI to Work in Intelligent Document Automation for a Fortune 50,” a talk which includes tips for getting started with AI project implementation and scaling legal expertise across day-to-day activity like contract creation, workflow and approvals.

The agenda for the two-day conference is built on a series of TED style talks by doers, innovators and disrupters in the business of law. Speakers, and participants–a blend of law firm and corporate legal team leaders–will inform and inspire one another to design and apply solutions to enhance how legal services are delivered. The organizer of the event is The Cowen Group, a firm specializing in executive recruitment for the legal technology market.

“I’m looking forward to sharing our learnings of working with a global manufacturer to streamline their contract process through AI-driven automation,” said Shimek. “Like all industries, the legal world is hunting for smarter and faster ways to get everyday work done. This event will turn up many new ways for legal operations executives to be a change agent within their organizations through applying technology.”

You can register for SOLID here.

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