These days, individuals and businesses are leaving a larger digital footprint through the growing use of emails, apps and internet-connected devices. In response, e-discovery vendors are entering a new frontier of leveraging advanced technology and expanding their solutions beyond just e-discovery, said Catherine “Cat” Casey, DISCO’s first chief innovation officer.

On Tuesday, Casey joined the e-discovery company after nearly three years at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher where she served as global director of the firm’s e-discovery and practice technology team. She said she left Gibson Dunn because the legal market was reaching an “inflection point” with advanced technology and she wanted to shepherd a company through the “next chapter of e-discovery.”

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