In 2001, at 24 years old, Andrew Sieja started his own consultancy. In 2007, that consultancy turned into a software company, then known as kCura, that developed the now-ubiquitous Relativity e-discovery platform. And now for the first time, one rebrand and massive growth later, Sieja will be turning over the company’s CEO role to someone else.

Relativity announced on June 26 that LinkedIn veteran Mike Gamson has been named Relativity’s new chief executive officer, effective July 1. Gamson comes to the CEO role after 11 years at the social media giant, most recently as LinkedIn’s senior vice president of global solutions for the past eight years. Gamson also has been a member of Relativity’s advisory board for the past two years.

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