<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none;" alt="" src="https://dc.ads.linkedin.com/collect/?pid=513385&amp;fmt=gif">

Business Development Director, Sales, EMEA

Mike has over 18 years of in-house and consultancy experience in the legal technology industry. He has a strong track record in helping global corporations to achieve greater efficiency when managing compliance, information governance and complex disputes including litigation, arbitration and investigations. Previously Mike was with Linklaters in London and New York for several years, developing their e-discovery capabilities, before moving on to practice as an industry consultant. Mike has since held executive director positions at Control Risks and Epiq Systems, where he was instrumental in founding the EMEA ediscovery business for both companies. His team leadership experience is paired with his client facing project experience, particularly in mainland Europe and the Middle East.

Why Moving to the Cloud is a Legal Conversation

Published Tue, July 23, 2019 by Michael Brown

I recently moderated a panel at The Lawyer's General Counsel Strategy Summit in Alicante and spoke on a panel at the Banking Litigation and Regulations Forum in London. Both sessions had a central theme, the Cloud and how in-house lawyers should be aware of the implications of their companies moving to the Cloud. The fact that this topic was included in both events in quick succession is telling in terms of the increasing focus on the legal implications, rather than operational considerations, within organisations.

Needs Must - New eDiscovery Technology Challenges Are More Familiar than One Might Expect

Published Wed, November 21, 2018 by Michael Brown

Legal technology for ediscovery is no longer niche, but not due to the efforts of ediscovery vendors.

Sign Up For The Illuminating eDiscovery Blog

Lighthouse’s Illuminating eDiscovery Blog features thought leadership pieces ranging from simple tips and tricks and industry event takeaways, to case law changes and ediscovery standards. These pieces are developed by technology and legal experts and focused on providing readers with practical tips that  they can put in place in their professional lives.