Jay Leib is the CEO of NexLP, Inc. NexLP is a Chicago-based software company focused on using artificial intelligence and machine learning technology to protect corporations from their eDiscovery, Fraud and Compliance risk. NexLP’s Story Engine technology leverages the intellect and insight of co-founder Dr. Dan Roth— the winner of the AI 2017 John McCarthy Award, which is the “highest award the AI community gives to active researchers.” NexLP works with companies, governments and law firms to make unstructured and complex data sets not just more recognizable, but to create more well-rounded and complete statements of facts to solve problems and expose opportunities.
Jay has successfully founded and led software start-ups throughout his career. Prior to founding NexLP, he was the chief strategy officer at Chicago-based Relativity, a software company focused on eDiscovery.
He has more than a decade of experience in the technology field and has worked in multiple roles on some of the largest e-discovery and fraud investigation projects in the world. Before joining Relativity, Jay was an executive at Ernst & Young’s Fraud Investigative & Dispute Services practice. Jay was also the co-founder of Advocate Solutions Inc., where he invented Discovery Cracker—the world’s first shrink-wrapped e-discovery processing application. Advocate Solution had a successful exit event when it was acquired by DocuLex, Inc.
Jay’s software applications have been recognized by numerous surveys and awards in technology and e-discovery fields. As a speaker, Jay has presented on Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and predictive coding throughout the world. Jay holds an MBA from the University of Notre Dame and Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College.