Liquid Litigation Management, Inc. Names New CTO
Richard Dilgren Joins New CEO David Wilner, Bringing Over 15 Years of Data Science Experience to the LLM Management Team
By: Liquid Litigation Management, Inc.
"I couldn't be more excited to join LLM and drive A.I. and machine learning advances in LLM's intuitive toolset," said Dilgren. "LLM is miles past the industry in mobile functionality and extended case management tools, and we are poised for incredible growth."
Dilgren joins new CEO David Wilner as part of a concerted effort to grow LLM and enhance the suite of advanced functionality available in the company's industry-leading litigation software. He will be responsible for bringing new technologies to the market and pushing the envelope of LLM's analytics and A.I. offerings.
Dilgren comes to LLM from Fronteo, where he headed the Data Science and Engagement Management groups as Vice President of Consulting Services. At Fronteo, he built, enforced and evolved the company's e-discovery processes and consultation practices for both law and technology. He specializes in the most advanced toolsets available in the industry and sat on the advisory boards for two of the industry's leading technology products.
CEO David Wilner said, "Richard combines the experience and perspective of an attorney with immense knowledge of the industry's cutting edge technology. I am thrilled to work with him again at LLM."
Before joining the e-discovery industry, Dilgren received his J.D. from the University of California Hastings College of the Law and received the Army Commander's Award for Civilian Service for his work in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Office of Counsel.
About LLM, Inc.: Logical Solution. Legendary Service.
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 llminc.com (http://liquidlitigation.com/
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