Lighthouse Announces Mark King's Retirement, Names David Kuhl Chief Information Officer


August 21, 2019

Company adds growth-oriented information technology leader to its executive team.

Lighthouse, a leader in technology-enabled eDiscovery and advisory services, today announced the retirement of its Chief Information Officer, Mark King, and subsequent hiring of experienced IT executive, David Kuhl, who will oversee the company's Technology Services organization. After 36 years as a technology leader and four years as Chief Information Officer at Lighthouse, King will remain on to transition Kuhl to his new role throughout the course of the next month. Kuhl, who brings more than 19 years of executive experience, will be responsible for all IT services and security, as well as continuing to drive a culture of superior client service and continuous learning at Lighthouse.

"David brings to the table a wealth of IT leadership experience from highly respected companies with large and complex data environments," said David Binder, chief Operating and Financial officerat Lighthouse. "As a company that prides itself in its client-centric approach andcontinuous program improvement, we are thrilled to welcome David to the team."

Prior to this new role, Kuhl was the vice president of Information Technology Services at Alaska Airlines where he successfully led all infrastructure operations, next generation data center and cloud migrationsand integrated technology operations following the acquisition of Virgin America. Prior to his four years at Alaska, Kuhl led IT teams at Expedia, Microsoft, AT&T Wireless, Boeing, and General Dynamics.

Kuhl holds a bachelor's degree in Mathematics fromFrostburg State University and a master's degree in Engineering Management from National Technological University.

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About Lighthouse

Lighthouse is a global leader in eDiscovery and information governance solutions to manage the increasingly complex landscape of enterprise data for compliance and legal teams. Since our inception as a local document copy shop in 1995, Lighthouse has evolved with the legal technology landscape, anticipating the trends that shape legal practices, information management, and complex eDiscovery. Whether reacting to incidents like litigation or governmental investigations or designing programs to proactively minimize the potential for future incidents, Lighthouse partners with multinational industry leaders, top global law firms, and the world’s leading software provider as a channel partner. For more information, visit

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