Three appointments for Epiq Systems

Epiq Systems has announced three senior appointments.

One is the recruitment (from IBM) of Jig Patel as Vice President of Information Technology with responsibility for Epiq’s global IT organization to ensure best-in-class enterprise performance, availability, and data security worldwide. Brad Scott, Epiq’s president and chief operating officer said:

“He will ensure that Epiq continues to provide world-class technology services and a highly secure and scalable IT infrastructure to meet the global requirements of the company and our clients. We are very pleased to have him join our information technology team.”

There is a press release about Jig Patel’s appointment here.

Another is the appointment of Daisuke Nakajima who joins Epiq Systems as Manager of Business Development, eDiscovery Solutions, Japan. Epiq’s Tokyo office includes document review services with a capacity for more than 30 reviewers. The staff include licensed US attorneys with Japan-based eDiscovery and digital evidence experience. Last year, Epiq also expanded operations in Asia by opening a data centre in Shanghai to supplement its long-standing Hong Kong processing, hosting and document review facility. Daisuke Nakajima has years of experience developing eDiscovery business across the region.

You can read more about Daisuke Nakajima’s appointment here.

The third appointment is of Douglas Gaston to Epiq’s Board of Directors. There is a press release here.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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