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David Clark speaks with Tom O'Connor
Live from ILTACON19

David Clark is the IT Director at the Utah Bar and active in ILTA at both the local and national levels. He has been in technology since 1985 where he worked for one of the first Novell Distributors and became one of the first CNE's and the very first CNI from Novell. David has been supporting law firms and legal entities since 1989. He has been involved with document management systems since 1990 when SoftSolutions got their start integrating with Wordperfect 5.1. He has done work in many of the largest law firms around the country and was the IT Director for two of the largest law firms in Utah since 1999. Currently, he is the IT Director for the Utah State Bar, which is the regulatory organization for all of the attorneys who practice in one way or the other in the State of Utah. In this interview, David discusses the conference and what he is seeing both in changes over the years and new features at ILTACON19 as well as the technology level of current law firms.
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WOW! Thanks Dave!

We were so delighted to see our client David Lapresi, e-discovery and Litigation Support Manager at Phillips Lytle LLP post this thank you note to LinkedIn.
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