- Nov. 28, 2018
-- Liquid Litigation Management (LLM), a provider of legal technology software, announced today that industry veteran David Wilner has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer.
"I am thrilled to join the dedicated team at Liquid Litigation Management at this exciting time in our industry," said Wilner. "I look forward to bringing our top notch software and expertise to even more legal departments across the globe."
Wilner brings more than 15 years of legal technology experience with him to LLM. In previous roles, he has led the expansion of two other legal technology companies, responsible for everything from internal infrastructure to external sales revenue. He plans to do the same at LLM, growing the company and establishing a presence in New York and other markets.
"It's rare to see a blend of service, consulting and technology executed at a high level and witnessing the LLM team in action made it an easy decision to join them," said Wilner. "We have a lot of new and exciting things that we plan to release over the next year and I cannot wait to share them with everyone."
Wilner comes to LLM from Fronteo, where he was Chief Operating Officer, responsible for the day-to-day leadership and overall management of the company as well as the strategy for growth and expansion. He joined Fronteo after leading the acquisition of his previous company, Evolve Discovery, by Fronteo's parent company UBIC. Previously, Wilner owned Rhino Imaging LLC, a New York City-based technology support and document imaging company that he founded in 2003.
About Liquid Litigation Management, Inc.
LLM, Inc. offers Liquid Lit Manager™, a web-based solution enabling legal teams to issue legal holds, review discovery, produce documents and manage related daily case materials through a single interface. It is the only product on the market that integrates features from legal holds to e-discovery and case management, which is why many Fortune 500 companies, Am Law 100 & 200 law firms and Global 100 firms favor the powerful web-based tool. For more information, visit https://www.liquidlitigation.com/