Danielle Haugland is an experienced commercial litigator who has handled a variety of complex matters, particularly in the areas of antitrust and IP. She now leverages that experience to at Thomson Reuters Legal Managed Services to help attorneys improve their day-to-day practice and contribute true value to clients, specifically by using process and technology to conquer high-volume legal tasks. A refugee of the traditional big law practice, Danielle believes in the power of innovation, entrepreneurship, and technology to redefine the legal marketplace for the better. Before joining Pangea3, Danielle practiced law at DLA Piper US L.L.P. and King & Spalding. She is active in the antitrust bar, currently serving as vice chair of the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Content Committee. Danielle also served on the Executive Committee of the California Bar Association’s Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section, during which she was managing editor of the Section’s treatise on California Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law, as well as a council member of the Antitrust and Business Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas. Danielle serves on the board of the Kif Brown Foundation, a charitable organization devoted to bettering the lives of cancer patients and their families by sharing knowledge and resources gained through Kif’s journey and continuing research.
Alicia Downey, Steven Cernak, and August Horvath talk about their perspectives on effective use of social media.
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