There have been more big-name moves in legal CIO land, particularly in the United States, where K&L Gates CIO Neeraj Rajpal has moved on and been replaced for the time being by Bart Gabler, formerly director of pricing and project management, as acting CIO.
K&L Gates announced in May 2016 that it had selected SAP as its financial management system, with NTT as its systems integrator but you’ll recall that at the start of 2018 we revealed that the top US firm had shelved the project and decided to stick with Thomson Reuters Elite.
Rajpal joined in 2017 from Morrison & Foerster where he was global head of technology and chief privacy officer. He is currently exploring opportunities for the next wave of his career.
And at Norton Rose Fulbright Edie Dillon has joined Markwardt Performance Consulting and been replaced at NRF for the time being by Rob Otty, managing partner, business integration, who is acting CIO. We understand that the search for a replacement is well underway.
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