Peer to Peer Magazine

June 2011

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MEMBER RESOURCES On the Move Michael J. Baldwin joined Epiq Systems as Managing Director. ________________________________________________________ Mark Baker has joined DocAuto as their Director of Development. ________________________________________________________ Garry Bernstein has been appointed Head of Corporate Business Development of LDM Global. ________________________________________________________ J. Kevin Blodgett has joined Huron Consulting Group as a Managing Director in Huron Legal. ________________________________________________________ Michael Burnette has been appointed Chief Technology Officer for Intelliteach. ________________________________________________________ Chris Del Rosario has joined Document Technologies, Inc. (DTI) as Managing Partner of DTI’s Washington, D.C. Regional Technology Center, James R. Satterley has joined as the Mid- Atlantic Region Director of Sales for the company’s facilities management (FM) business, Ed Cruz is now the company’s Northern California Regional Director, and Thomas Bonk is their new Vice President of Professional Services. ________________________________________________________ David Deutsch has joined TCDI to represent the company’s client and business development efforts, working out of their New York office. ________________________________________________________ Amy Nichols has joined Traveling Coaches as Account Executive, Mandy Outlaw joined as Learning Development Specialist, Melany Palacios is their new Project Manager and User Adoption Consultant and Ryann Zeller joined as Account Manager. ________________________________________________________ Jason Velasco has been hired as CEO of eDiscoveryJournal (eDJ). Have you changed jobs, been promoted, presented at an IT event or been recognized for your work? Please send your news to CONGRATULATIONS Open Text, through its Corporate Giving Program, matched employee contributions to the Red Cross to aid victims in the Southern and Mid-Atlantic United States who experienced the series of tornadoes that destroyed or damaged more than 13,000 homes across Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Missouri and Louisiana. _________________________________________________ KMWorld named Workshare to its 2011 list of “100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management.” ILTA Quick Poll: Do you believe that Apple products, such as the iPad, will have a material effect on how your firm’s attorneys work both inside and outside the office? Yes=77%; No=23% 128 Peer to Peer

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