John Tredennick, founder and former CEO of e-discovery company Catalyst Repository Systems, has accepted the challenge of bringing free, open source legal tech to an industry notoriously known as a slow tech adopter.

After stepping down as the CEO of Catalyst in January, which followed Catalyst being acquired by OpenText for $75 million, Tredennick said he wanted to bring open source tech to the legal market. Nearly a year later, he’s officially launched the Merlin Legal Open Source Foundation as its executive director.

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