Lighthouse's Brandon Jessup Promoted to Director of Technical Project Management


October 3, 2016

Jessup will guide the team to continue to drive efficiencies, as well as reduce risk and cost for clients.

Lighthouse, a leader in technology-enabled eDiscovery services and consulting, today announced that Brandon Jessup has been promoted to director of Technical Project Management at Lighthouse. Jessup brings over a decade of eDiscovery experience to this role and will lead Lighthouse's Project Management team by ensuring that the company is offering compelling servicesthat are both efficient and take advantage of Lighthouse's innovative suite of products.

Prior to joining Lighthouse, Jessup worked at K&L Gates LLP, where he conducted and supervised eDiscovery work in patent, contract, employment and antitrust cases. There, he managed several different sized teams of attorneys on many diverse matters and cases.

"Brandon has over 13 years of legal experience, 10 of which are in eDiscovery," said Beau Holt, vice president of Service Delivery at Lighthouse. "He is extraordinarily qualified for this role. I am confident in his ability to manage our Project Management teams to continue to innovateand drive success for our clients through continued deployment of solutions that drive consistency, quality and efficiency."

As the director of Technical Project Management, Jessup will lead the team to create compelling, efficient service offerings, as well as reduce both risk and cost. By ensuring these goals are met, Lighthouse's clients will be able to better budget and manage their eDiscovery information.

Jessup received his J.D. from the University of Miami's School of Law with honors. He is a licensed attorney in Washington State and a Relativity Certified Administrator.

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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