Business intelligence was introduced to the corporate sector 20 years ago, and it is now being incorporated into legal technology. Corporations have used this time to gather and analyze data. They have built data warehouses to link sales data to weather data to bolster on-call staff for the drive-thru window when rain is forecast. In the legal profession, we are starting to use business intelligence to analyze contractor review speeds and related work product. That's just the beginning! A panel will explore how legal departments are using business intelligence across matters to reuse work product such as privilege calls, relevance and specific coding calls — all on the same documents and previously reviewed!