Intapp Connect Virtual Summit
Risk & Compliance Session
On-Demand Webinar – Recorded May 18, 2020
The role of risk and compliance in the new normal
In the decade since the last worldwide financial crisis, the business of law has changed significantly. Risk and compliance teams have continued to mature during this time; they now assess risk more holistically to inform strategic growth. Today, as we enter unchartered territory for the world’s economy and the practice of law, risk teams will prove more important than ever in helping their firms adapt to new conditions while continuing to achieve their goals.
Please join John Sharkey, Vice President of Risk Practice at Intapp, and Judy Berman Director, Global New Business Intake and Information Management at Sherman & Sterling whom will provide observations on challenges, trends, and opportunities for strengthening law firm risk and compliance in the current environment:
- Introducing risk-aware business development targeting to maximize efficiency, drive strategic alignment, and make profitable decisions
- Breaking down silos to comprehensively manage risk across business acceptance processes
- Monitoring and surfacing ongoing risks to protect your firm.
John SharkeyVice President, Risk Practice Group Leader
Vice President, Risk Practice Group Leader
John currently serves as the Vice President and Practice Group Leader for the risk practice at Intapp. With more than 30 years of legal industry experience, John co-founded Chase Technologies, Inc., a records management and conflicts software company, and served as president for nearly a decade before selling the company. Prior to joining Intapp, John held sales leadership roles with MDY Advanced Technologies and CA Technologies. John was employee number 40 at Intapp, and has helped the company grow into the industry leader it is today. John holds a bachelor of arts degree in business administration from Gettysburg College.
Judy H. BermanDirector, Global New Business Intake and Information Management
Shearman & Sterling
Judy H. Berman
Director, Global New Business Intake and Information Management
Shearman & Sterling
Judy manages the Sherman conflicts department as well as the firm’s new business intake process and records department. Recently, Judy has focused on information governance and data quality in the context of Shearman’s data analytics program. Judy previously worked as Conflicts Manager at Dewey Ballantine, and at Thomson West — first as a Westlaw account representative and later as an account executive. She began her career practicing law at Graubard Mollen Horowitz Pomeranz & Shapiro. Judy earned her bachelor of arts degree in political science and history, summa cum laude, from Stern College for Women of Yeshiva University, and her J.D. from New York University School of Law.
Product & Best Practice Resources
Intapp Connect Virtual Summit - Opening Keynote
Watch John Hall, CEO, and Thad Jampol, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer deliver an inspiring keynote. They’ll be sharing perspectives on the state of the world for professional and financial services firms, and helping you realize the benefits of a connected firm vision.
Third party content: a critical component of holistic business acceptance
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Expediting conflicts search and resolution in a virtual world using Intapp Conflicts
With shelter-in-place orders in effect globally, the remote-work paradigm has shifted quickly and drastically. Take a deep dive into the features of the current release of Intapp Conflicts, which provides tools and capabilities required to review conflicts search results entirely online rather than via hard-copy reports.
Ensuring uninterrupted service in a virtual world using Intapp Intake
With shelter-in-place orders in effect globally, the remote-work paradigm has shifted quickly and drastically. As firms scramble to deploy fully remote workforces, they face converging pressures from maintaining client service standards while migrating staff and systems to a virtual business model.
Intapp Conflicts Community of Success Hour
Watch this session with Intapp Conflicts product experts Makaylia Roberts Binkley, James Edwards, and Justin Mitchell to learn how to best leverage the product features that can help your firm meet the challenges of conducting business remotely.
Intapp Intake Community of Success Hour
Watch this session with Intapp Conflicts product experts Makaylia Roberts Binkley, James Edwards, and Shalaka Natu to learn how to best leverage the product features that can help your firm meet the challenges of conducting business remotely.
Intapp Walls tips and tricks: Self-maintaining walls
In this time of unprecedented uncertainty and change, firms are asking members of their staff to do more work with fewer resources. At Intapp, we’re here to help you make the most of your technology investment — and we want to ensure that you’re aware of Intapp Walls features that may be beneficial to your firm during this time.