Legal Departments' Use & Misuse of Technology

American Bar Association
Speaking Engagement
October 25, 2017

Jose Sariego moderates a panel discussing the increasing use and misuse of technology by in-house legal departments at the American Bar Association Section of International Law Fall Conference.

The panel explores the ethical and legal ramifications of in-house counsel turning to technology to increase efficiency and boost productivity, in addition to the possibility of technology replacing human labor during the development of customized agreements, litigation discovery and transactional due diligence phases, and billing and collection processes.

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