Paragon Proud to Sponsor CTRL Initiative

“As a provider that is always looking for practical solutions to our clients’ increasingly complex problems, we are thrilled to be involved in the work CTRL is doing,” said Drew Lewis, General Counsel and Vice President of Innovation. “CTRL is providing a much needed voice in the industry; one that focuses more on the practical as opposed to academic challenges faced in litigation. We share their belief of facilitating an open environment in which ideas and solutions can be shared to better equip legal professionals to face the complexities and challenges inherent in the discovery process.”

Paragon, a leading provider of managed services and technology solutions for law firms and in-house legal departments, recently announced its sponsorship of the Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers (CTRL), an industry forum focusing on the practical application of technology in the legal field.

“As a provider that is always looking for practical solutions to our clients’ increasingly complex problems, we are thrilled to be involved in the work CTRL is doing,” said Drew Lewis, General Counsel and Vice President of Innovation. “CTRL is providing a much needed voice in the industry; one that focuses more on the practical as opposed to academic challenges faced in litigation. We share their belief of facilitating an open environment in which ideas and solutions can be shared to better equip legal professionals to face the complexities and challenges inherent in the discovery process.”

As a sponsor of CTRL, Paragon will be joining an industrious and forward thinking community of law firms, enterprise software companies, and litigation support providers in helping to shape the conversation around technology, eDiscovery, and predictive coding. Paragon’s goal is to facilitate progress in the legal technology realm with the hope of making eDiscovery a better experience for clients and litigation support firms alike.

Dean Gonsowski founded CTRL when he noticed a need for a better method to advance legal thinking through the application of eDiscovery and related technologies. Since its formation at ILTA last year, CTRL has facilitated research and discussions that have provided practical and proactive guidance to firms providing and consuming legal technology services.

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