Background - News & Events (Landing) 2016

Search NewsRoom

Advanced Search >

Firm News & Announcements

Relativity Names Crowell & Moring’s John Davis and Jeane Thomas 2022 AI Visionaries

Washington – February 24, 2022: Relativity has named John E. Davis and Jeane A. Thomas of Crowell & Moring to its list of 2022 AI Visionaries. The list recognizes “early adopters of AI, particularly in areas where managing risk is a top priority and the approach to technology adoption has traditionally been more conservative.”

Relativity notes that “many of the AI Visionaries have firsthand experience in pioneering the use of AI in new and exciting applications, from automating data breach responses, to analyzing documents for high-stakes investigations and litigations, to incorporating AI to create more proactive privacy and compliance workflows.”

Davis is co-chair of Crowell & Moring’s E-Discovery & Information Management Practice and a senior counsel in the Litigation Group. He has extensive experience advising clients on information law issues – including discovery, data analytics, privacy, cross-border transfers, cybersecurity, information governance and emergent technology – and representing companies in complex litigations. He leads responses to U.S. and foreign governmental inquiries, conducts international investigations of data breaches, and counsels companies on managing data risk in litigation and through their policies and procedures. Davis is an award-winning author and frequent writer and speaker on investigations and information law issues.

Thomas is a partner in Crowell & Moring's Antitrust & Competition and Privacy & Cybersecurity Groups, and co-chair of the firm's E-Discovery & Information Management Practice. She has managed many types of e-discovery matters in both government investigations and civil litigation. She regularly counsels clients on information governance, including the development and application of effective information management policies, legal hold practices, and E-Discovery response plans. Thomas co-chairs the Advisory Board of the Georgetown University Law Center Advanced Institute for E-Discovery and regularly speaks and writes on U.S. and cross-border E-Discovery and data protection issues, and she is a certified Information Privacy Professional, with a focus on European regulation (CIPP/E). 

To read more about the 2022 AI Visionaries, please visit here.


Andrew Loeb
Communications Specialist