Emily Foges & Murray Cox

Luminance

Emily Foges has 20 years’ experience of growing and scaling up technology-led businesses. First as a management consultant and then with Betfair, BT and Equifax, she has built and led teams driving acquisition and integration strategies; and scoping, developing and launching new products.

In maximising value from multiple acquisitions and joint ventures, Emily has first-hand experience of the significant risks and opportunities that are often missed during due diligence processes. As CEO of Luminance, she is helping to bring the artificial intelligence revolution to law firms globally.

Murray Cox has been a partner in Slaughter and May’s Corporate & Commercial department since 2016. Murray advises on all aspects of corporate law, with a particular focus on public and private M&A and private equity transactions.

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Decoding the AI Hype: A Due Diligence Case Study

Emily Foges, CEO of Luminance, and Murray Cox, Corporate & Commercial Partner at Slaughter and May, discuss how the UK Magic Circle firm has used artificial intelligence to assist their due diligence process. The seminar will explore the challenges of implementing a new AI solution, benchmarks for success and measuring added value as well as wider issues around the adoption of AI: will the technology result in fewer staff or a reduction in billable hours?

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