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Commercializing artificial intelligence technology out of Columbia to make legal document review more efficient, accurate, & cost effective.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Software
  • Location Stamford, CT, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded July 2011
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

eBrevia is commercializing artificial intelligence technology developed at Columbia to analyze, extract information from, and summarize legal documents. Our software improves accuracy and significantly reduces the time and cost associated with legal document review. eBrevia’s customers are law firms, in-house legal departments, and investment firms. The technology has applications for due diligence, contract management, and document drafting.


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    Ned Gannon
    Chief Executive Officer

    Ned Gannon practiced corporate law with three prestigious law firms where he represented private equity funds, venture capital funds and startup companies in a broad range of mergers, acquisitions, and financings. He also has entrepreneurial experience as founder and CEO of another technology startup as well as sales and business development experience. Ned holds a J.D. and M.P.A from Harvard and a B.S. from Boston College.

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    Adam Nguyen
    Chief Operating Officer

    Adam Nguyen practiced corporate law at two global law firms where he focused on private equity, hedge fund formation and mergers and acquisitions as well as at a Connecticut hedge fund. He also is the founder of Ivy Link, an education advisory firm with over 20 instructors and advisors. Prior to Ivy Link, Adam was the Chief-of-Staff of a 350-person real estate investment firm. Adam holds a J.D. from Harvard and a B.A. from Columbia.

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    Jake Mundt
    Chief Technology Officer

    Jake Mundt led the Research and Development team at Outcome, Inc., a software startup focused on improving patient health outcomes through collection and analysis of clinical data. After Outcome was acquired, Jake began pursuing research at Columbia on machine learning and natural language processing, two core ingredients to eBrevia’s technology. He holds a B.S. from Rice University and a M.S. from Columbia.

Previous Investors

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    Connecticut Innovations’ TechStart Fund
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    Founders Ned Gannon and Adam Nguyen