DCL/Finding Evidence in a Mountain of Data

David Kaaret | Principal Sales Engineer, MarkLogic
Mike Will | Co-CEO & Founder, ESI Laboratory

about the presenter(s)

David Kaaret,
Principal Sales Engineer, MarkLogic

David Kaaret has Worked with major investment banks, mutual funds, and online brokerages for over 15 years in technical and sales roles. He has helped clients design and build high performance and cutting edge database systems and provided guidance on issues including performance, optimal schema design, security, failover, messaging, and master data management.

Mike Will,
Co-CEO & Founder, ESI Laboratory

Michael has a background in both law and technology. He has practiced law as both a litigator and transactional lawyer. His experience as a litigator was gained at Clifford Chance, Lloyds of London and Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan. As a finance lawyer he worked at Allen & Overy where he specialized in derivatives and structured finance. A serial entrepreneur, Michael is the founder of ESILAB’s financial services and legal big data consulting practice and is the originator of the ESILAB technology suite (including Production Analyzer) overseeing all aspects of development and commercialization.

Prior to establishing ESILAB, Michael was the founder of docGenix and co-founder of aoSphere (formerly Derivative Services LLP), where he conceived and developed the original technical architecture and document model behind the award winning netalytics and CSAnalytics products – the defacto market standard for electronic netting and collateral legal advice which are used by 60% of the world's largest financial institutions as well as global regulatory authorities. Michael is a member of the CFTC's Data Standardization sub-committee and has advised the SEC, CFTC and U.S. Treasury (Office of Financial Research) on matters pertaining to the machine readability of legal agreements. He has also a member of the FpML Standard CSA Working Group and is its former co-chair.