Tom has decades of experience as a software executive and successful startup entrepreneur. As a founder and then President of Serengeti Law, his leadership helped the company become the world’s largest and highest rated ebilling and matter management system, which was ultimately acquired by Thomson Reuters. Tom was the third employee and Executive Vice President at 1Energy Systems, a software company providing control system software for grid-scale batteries deployed to increase renewable wind and solar power on the electric grid, which was acquired by Doosan Corporation. Prior to his professional career, Tom received his B.A. in Civil Engineering from Brown University, and his J.D. from Stanford Law School. After law school, Tom clerked for Judge Jerome Farris, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and then practiced law for Hillis Clark Martin & Peterson and Perkins Coie, specializing in electronic contracting, public key infrastructures, encryption, and data protection.
Greg has more than twenty years of experiences designing and delivering cloud-based legal technologies. As a founding member of Serengeti Law, Greg worked with hundreds of large and small corporate law departments (including Nike, Google and Amazon) to solve complex legal workflow and vendor management challenges. As head of marketing and product design, Greg helped Serengeti achieve a 99% rating in customer retention and satisfaction for over a decade. After Serengeti, Greg became CEO of Atlas Development Corporation, a medical case management software system. Under his leadership, Atlas managed 80% of injured worker L&I claims in the Northwest and successfully rolled-out a cloud-based version of the software. Greg was also CEO of Latitude Connect, a client engagement platform that helps attorneys collaborate with their private and small business customers. Greg holds a B.A. in Political Science and Business Administration from Brigham Young University.
Steve has over twenty-five years of experience managing software development teams, and nearly twenty years providing solutions for corporate law departments. Prior to Safari, Steve was one of the original architects and engineers of Serengeti Tracker (now Thomson Reuters Legal Tracker), the world’s most widely used and highest rated matter management and e-billing solution. During his time with Thomson Reuters, Steve oversaw massive growth and expansion of the engineering team (120+ members) and the Legal Tracker product, ultimately growing it to support over 1400 corporate legal departments worldwide. Steve has been recognized by customers and partners for his passion for developing great software and for his ability to deliver products that drive performance, improve financial results, and demonstrate value. Steve received dual BBA degrees in Information Systems and Accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Madison – School of Business.
Mark is a seasoned entrepreneur and experienced legal technology executive, holding business and technology leadership roles for many software companies. Prior to Safari, Mark was the Senior Director of Technology for Legal Tracker (formerly Serengeti Tracker), a Thomson Reuters solution. During his four years at Thomson, Mark was a core member of the Legal Tracker leadership team, guiding business and technology strategy. Prior to Thomson, Mark was the CTO of WhatCounts, Inc., a SaaS email marketing and communications platform, where he was responsible for datacenter operations, product development, QA and technical partnerships. Mark has had senior positions at many other technology companies, including VP, Development at Applied Discovery, one of the largest e-discovery vendors (now owned by DTI). Mark graduated from California State University at Fresno with a bachelor's degree in statistics and quantitative methods.
Mark is a legal industry expert focused on corporate legal department operations, management, and technology. Prior to joining Safari, Mark was a Global Sales Manager for Legal Tracker (formerly Serengeti Tracker), a Thomson Reuters solution. During his 10 years at Thomson, Mark was a front-line manager with global responsibility for new sales, helping lead a 5x growth in Tracker customers. Thomson frequently recognized Mark as a top-performer. Mark’s success has been built on his approach of helping and consulting with legal departments about how to improve their performance, drive down spending, and demonstrate value. The foundation of Mark’s expertise was a 7 year career in private practice at K&L Gates. Mark received his B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Washington, and his J.D. from Cornell Law School.
Lynn has 25 years’ legal experience as in-house counsel, in private practice, and with providers of legal technology and related services. Since 2001, her focus has been on law and technology. At Serengeti Law and in other roles, Lynn has consulted with corporate legal departments on operations, process improvement, and smart application of technology. She has practiced in the e-discovery group at K&L Gates and as Senior Corporate Counsel for eDiscovery on T-Mobile’s Major Litigation Team. Prior to joining Safari, she managed a team that helped corporate clients optimize process and apply advanced technology in litigation.
Lynn holds a J.D. with Honors from the University of Washington School of Law and served a judicial clerkship at the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.