Extract from Frank Ready's article "Epiq Has A New CEO with Eyes Set On Overseas Growth"
Get out the nameplate engraver. On Wednesday, David Dobson was announced as the new CEO of Epiq, a legal service company with a hand in everything from e-discovery to regulatory and compliance tools.
Right now Dobson is focused on learning Epiq’s growing portfolio of technology and figuring out how the company can leverage these tools to distinguish itself in a crowded North American marketplace. Dobson’s tech background should serve him well when it comes time to brush up on all of those instruction manuals: He previously worked as the CEO of global e-commerce platform Digital River and also spent time at IBM and CA Technologies.
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