Firm General Counsel Summit
Event Yaacov P. Silberman
Nov 1, 2018 2:00PM - 3:30PM PDT
Rimon’s COO, Yaacov Silberman, will be part of a panel at the Firm General Counsel Summit on "Tech and Innovation."
Law firm management must remain current with the technology that drives our clients and our workforce. This panel will discuss the trends that are happening now as well as the risks and practical implications of managing that risk. We will be joined by Yaacov Silberman, the general counsel and co-founder of an 80-lawyer firm that is entirely virtual. Yaacov will discuss how he manages policy, risk, and workflow in this environment. Anand Upadhye, Vice President of Business Development at Casetext will discuss the legal technology available in artificial intelligence and legal research.
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About the Panelist
Yaacov Silberman is a Founding Partner, Chief Operating Officer, and General Counsel of Rimon, focusing on the internal operations and infrastructure of the firm, as well as legal compliance matters. Yaacov's innovations with Rimon have appeared in a wide array of publications, including The Economist, The American Lawyer, AmLaw's Law Technology News, Bloomberg, the California Daily Journal, the San Francisco Business Times, eLawyering and the National Post. He has been characterized as top innovator in the legal profession by the American Bar Association for his role in developing Rimon's alternative business model. Yaacov has presented on innovations in law firm management and technology at Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, UC Berkeley Law School, and UC Hastings College of the Law.
Yaacov's practice currently focuses on private equity and leveraged buyouts, as well as securities representation of founders and executives of some of the most notable technology companies in the world, including Facebook, Dropbox, Twitter, SpaceX, Square, Jawbone, Zynga, Bloom Energy, Gilt Groupe, and Solar City, among others. Read more about Yaacov here.