Paul Hastings dominates in 2020 ILTA Distinguished Peer Awards
ILTA this week announced its Distinguished Peer Awards finalists, with Paul Hastings up for four awards across three categories, including two in the Transformative Projects of the Year category.
The Awards recognize ILTA peers who have delivered great business value and transformational impact through their innovations and implementations or have been champions in specific areas of focus for their organizations.
Winners will be announced throughout ILTA’s virtual conference ILTA>ON (August 24 – 28, 2020).
The 2020 finalists are:
Lifetime Achievement Award Finalists:
Judith Flournoy, Chief Information Officer, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
Alvin Tedjamulia, Chief Technology Officer, NetDocuments
Ray Zwiefelhofer, President, Worldox
Innovative Leader of the Year Award Finalists:
Katie DeBord, Chief Innovation Officer, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
David Greetham, Vice President of eDiscovery, Ricoh USA, Inc.
Nicola Shaver, Director of Knowledge Management, Paul Hastings LLP
ILTA Contributor of the Year:
Shannon Bales, Litigation Support Team Lead, Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP
Julie Brown, Director of Practice Technology, Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP
Gillian Power, Chief Information Officer, Lathrop GPM LLP
Transformative Project of the Year (please note that this year, ILTA has 4 finalists for this award):
Paul Hastings LLP, Michael Ertel, Xavier Paredes, David Chen: Keyword Relevancy Report Tool
Paul Hastings LLP, Amy Wegener, Serena Granger, Joanne Pacewicz, Glen Hoxie, Jennifer Ash, Alan Emurian: Pushing the AI Frontier
Perkins Coie, Gwyn McAlpine, Amy Monaghan: New Matter Intake and Tracking Process and Portal
WilmerHale, Miranda Perkins, Mara Goldsmith: Automated Audit Response Letters
Innovators of the Year:
Norton Rose Fulbright
Paul Hastings LLP
Solution Provider of the Year:
Foundation Software Group
Consultant of the Year:
Jim Priz, iManage
Olenick Professional Services Team, Olenick
Kenny Leckie, Traveling Coaches