Lighthouse Adds Industry Veteran Brian Morrison to its Business Development Team


July 9, 2015

Morrison to lead business development efforts in the Northeastern United States.
NEW YORK, NY (July 9, 2015)—Lighthouse, a leader in technology-enabled eDiscovery and consulting services, today announced that Brian Morrison has joined the team as a director of business development in the Northeast. Morrison brings more than eight years of eDiscovery business development experience to the position, and he will work to grow Lighthouse's opportunities and expand current clientele.

Prior to Lighthouse, Morrison was a senior eDiscovery consultant at DTI, where he focused on assisting corporations in gaining control of their eDiscovery costs. He has consulted with numerous large clients and their outside counsel on how to best utilize technology to handle large amounts of data, efficiently and effectively, in today's ever-changing eDiscovery environment. Most notably, Morrison was the lead on the Pennsylvania State University matter involving Joe Paterno and Jerry Sandusky, a case that involved multiple terabytes of data across hundreds of custodians. Before DTI, Morrison was a senior ESI consultant at CRG Legal, where he made a big impact on the growth of the company's revenue streams.

"I am excited to have someone as driven as Brian Morrison on the Lighthouse team," said Brian McManus, chief executive officer of Lighthouse. "He has the eDiscovery experience, motivation, and devotion to help our prospective clients understand the benefits of a long-term partnership with Lighthouse. I look forward to the contribution he will make as we expand our reach."

Morrison received his B.A. in Communications and Business from Arizona State University.

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