Lighthouse Hires Beau Holt as Senior Director of Project Management


October 24, 2011

SEATTLE, WA (October 24, 2011)Lighthouse, a leader in eDiscovery services, announced that Beau Holt has joined its team as Senior Director of Project Management. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing Lighthouse's technical project managers and hosted solutions teams, as well as ensuring Lighthouse is on the forefront of industry best practices as it relates to eDiscovery case management.

Beau has a deep knowledge of all aspects of complex litigation with over 12 years of eDiscovery case management experience as an attorney at K&L Gates. At K&L Gates, he managed both large and small project teams, developed project parameters and analyzed clients' methodologies as it related to records management and eDiscovery. He created and executed discovery response plans covering retention, collection, review and production of electronic data in complex commercial litigation matters and governmental and regulatory investigations. Beau is a frequent and sought-after speaker at Continuing Legal Education and other industry seminars for his knowledge of eDiscovery best practices.

"We are thrilled to have Beau join our growing team at Lighthouse," said Brian McManus, Lighthouse's Managing Partner. "Beau's expertise and experience further differentiate Lighthouse as one of the preeminent providers of eDiscovery services in the United States. Our clients will benefit greatly as he reviews their workflows and practices to attain the best quality and most economical results in the industry."

Beau received his law degree from the University of Washington. Beau also served in the United States Navy, where he managed the USS Grasp's electrical shop and electricians. Beau graduated with his B.A in Psychology from Auburn University.

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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