Cassie Blum

Cassie is a Senior Director for Review Consulting, and has over 15 years of eDiscovery experience spanning the EDRM as an Attorney, Project Manager, Review Managing Attorney, and Consultant. She has extensive experience supporting global financial services, technology, and pharmaceutical industry clients with workflow consultation and review management, including early case assessment, complex data repository management, multi-district litigation, and second requests. In her current role, Cassie oversees a team of consultants who advise on review-related workflows, leveraging best practices, leading technologies, and Lighthouse offerings to reduce cost and streamline review. Cassie also advises on and develops Lighthouse process standards and best practices, along with steering new product development. She received her J.D. from Saint Louis University School of Law and is licensed to practice in Missouri.

Paige Hunt

Vice President, Sales | Paige brings over 17 years of experience in the legal technology space to her role as Vice President of Sales. She excels in developing holistic solutions for both corporations and law firms to mitigate their risks, elevate their experience, and reduce discovery-related costs. Paige is the former firm wide Director of eDiscovery and Document Review Services at Perkins Coie LLC, and former Assistant Director of Practice Support at Fulbright & Jaworski. Paige has also served as an adjunct professor for Bryan University's graduate certificate in ediscovery. In 2012, Paige was awarded International Legal Technology Association's Litigation and Practice Support Distinguished Peer Award.

Bill Mariano

Vice President | Bill Mariano is an attorney and Vice President at Lighthouse. In his role, Bill works with Fortune 500 corporations and AmLaw 100 law firms throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia Pacific to help clients improve their strategies for handling complex discovery matters while creating greater cost and control efficiencies throughout the discovery process.Prior to his start in the ediscovery industry over 12 years ago, Bill was a litigator for 5 years, as well as a guest trial advocacy instructor at Seton Hall University where he taught students how to leverage technology in practice. He is also a frequent presenter and author on a variety of topics including: How to Develop an Electronic Discovery Action Plan; The FRCP Amendments: Dealing with Electronic Discovery; Emerging Case Law in Electronic Discovery; and Leveraging Technology to Reduce Discovery Costs.Bill earned his J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law.