Neota Logic’s Andrew Shimek to Speak at the Law Department Operations Executive Summit

Neota Logic’s Andrew Shimek to Speak at the Law Department Operations Executive Summit

New York—October 2, 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 the Law Department Operations Executive Summit  hosted by Consilio on October 3rd in Chicago.

Consilio’s consulting and services teams assist legal departments of multinational corporations and their outside counsel to respond to legal matters, reduce legal spend, minimize risks and operate more efficiently. Whether they are supporting clients with their eDiscovery, document review or legal consulting services, they pride themselves in delivering service excellence around the globe, wherever it matters to our clients.

Andrew will speak with Jason Smith, Senior Director of Apttus, the Quote-to-Cash and Enterprise Contract Management solution provider, on the Impact of AI in the Legal Space panel.

Other sessions included in this two-day conference are:

  • Cybersecurity Third Party Risk Assessments
  • 2017 Trends and Best Practices in Corporate Law Departments
  • Alternative Service Providers – An Increasingly Important Lever to Help Control Cost
  • Blockchain in Legal
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