The Top 25 General Counsels in Software for 2024

Attorney Intel is pleased to announce The Top 25 General Counsels in Software for 2024. Software platforms are making virtually every aspect of business easier, more efficient and more productive. The companies that create cloud computing and artificial intelligence platforms are at the forefront of innovation, driving technological advancements across all industries. However, they must navigate a complex web of regulations, intellectual property issues, data privacy laws, and more.  That’s where the role of general counsel step in. This year’s awardees are invaluable when it comes to guiding their respective companies through legal challenges, reducing risks, and ensuring compliance. 

First, we recognize Katrina Johnson, Group General Counsel of WiseTech, who has 20 years of in-house legal experience within high-growth technology companies like Uber, eBay, and PayPal. Next, Chris Young, General Counsel of Ironclad, is a seasoned C-Suite legal leader, and draws on his experience with roles at the U.S. Department of Justice, The White House, City of Sacramento, and Obama for America. Last but not least, we have Shir Kodner, the Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Cloudinary, who has experience in leading commercial negotiations of multimillion licensing transactions. 

These experts provide strategic advice and enable software companies to operate smoothly. Please join us in celebrating The Top 25 General Counsels in Software for 2024. 

 

1. Erika Schenk
General Counsel & EVP Corporate Compliance, World Wide Technology

Erika Schenk is General Counsel and Executive Vice President of Compliance at World Wide Technology, a private technology company that provides cloud computing, computer security, data centers, data analytics and artificial intelligence, computer networks, application software development, cell phone carrier networking, and consulting services.

Schenk leads the company’s corporate legal strategy and oversees various teams and functions. Brought on in 2014 to build its legal and compliance organization from the ground up, Schenk's responsibilities have grown to include contracts, environmental, health and safety, environmental, social and governance (ESG), and government affairs. She also leads legal advice and strategy for the company's three sales organizations, including global enterprise, service provider, and public sector teams.

Prior to WWT, Schenk served as senior counsel at Boeing. She spent 14 years in private practice at Bryan Cave LLP, where she was a partner focused on corporate and commercial transactions. Schenk earned her J.D. at Saint Louis University School of Law and her undergraduate degree in broadcast journalism at the University of Missouri-Columbia.  

Erika Schenk’s Insight

“The reason I'm here is because I like working with people. I like bringing people together. I like solving problems, and I like being part of a solution," Schenk said. "This job gives me the opportunity to do all of those things.”

 

2. Aaron von Staats
Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer & General Counsel, PTC

Aaron von Staats is Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer & Corporate Secretary for PTC, a computer software and services company founded in 1985 that offers software solutions that enable companies to transform how they design, manufacture, and service their products. 

von Staats manages PTC’s worldwide legal, compliance, and cyber risk management functions. His responsibilities include corporate governance and board of directors matters, SEC reporting and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, customer and partner transactions, intellectual property, technology licensing, litigation, and employment law. 

Having joined PTC in 1997, von Staats held various positions before being promoted to General Counsel in 2003. Before PTC, he was an attorney at Palmer & Dodge LLP in Boston and a judicial law clerk for the Massachusetts Supreme Court. von Staats earned a J.D. from Boston College Law School and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts.

 

3. Eleanor Lacey
General Counsel, Asana

Eleanor Lacey is the General Counsel and Head of Legal at Asana, an enterprise work management platform that connects company-wide goals, strategic initiatives, and the execution of work in one place. It has over 150,000 customers and millions of users in 200+ countries and territories.

Lacey oversees Asana’s legal department, including all areas of privacy, compliance, IP, and commercial. Before joining Asana, Lacey served as chief legal officer for cyber security software company Sophos. Previously, Lacey led the legal teams for several leading B2B and B2C companies including SurveyMonkey, Corel Corporation, and Niku Corporation. Lacey received her J.D. from Yale Law School and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Eleanor Lacey’s Insight

“I've had the privilege to serve as the CLO/General Counsel for a range of innovative, high-growth software companies during the course of my career. It's an incredibly exciting time to be in this field as the future of work continues to evolve with the development of new AI offerings, powering people to focus on their highest-impact and most engaging work. In my role as general counsel at Asana, I have the good fortune to be on the bleeding edge of the industry shaping the future of work and I am honored to be featured among the Top 25 General Counsels in Software for 2024.”

 

4. Damian Olthoff
General Counsel and Secretary, PROS

Damian Olthoff is the General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of PROS, a company that provides AI SaaS solutions that power commerce in the digital economy. Its Profit and Revenue Optimization Software delivers Smart CPQ and AI-based solutions that accelerate its customers’ ability to achieve profitable growth through digital selling and e-commerce channels. 

Olthoff is responsible for directing the corporation’s international legal and corporate affairs, as well as advising on legal and business aspects of strategic transactions. He also serves the company as its secretary and is responsible for all legal operations. Olthoff has previous experience in governance, corporate development, finance, and commercial transactions.

Before joining PROS, he served for six years as general counsel for Animal Health International, a publicly traded pharmaceutical distributor. He also served as counsel for TrinTel Communications. He also held various roles with Sprint where he assisted with the development and management of its $2+ billion real estate portfolio. Olthoff earned a J.D. from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, and an undergraduate degree in business administration from the same institution. 

 

5. Lisa Kwon
SVP, Deputy General Counsel, OneTrust

Lisa Kwon is the Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel of OneTrust, the trust intelligence cloud platform. Organizations globally use the platform to enable the responsible use of data while protecting the privacy rights of individuals, implement and report on their cyber security program, make their social impact goals a reality, and create a culture of trust.

Before joining OneTrust, Kwon held roles at Herbalife Nutrition, DaVita Kidney Care, and eHarmony.com.  Earlier in her career, she worked with Rodi Pollock as a corporate associate. Kwon graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law with a J.D. and from UCLA with an undergraduate degree in business economics.

 

6. Katrina Johnson
Group General Counsel, WiseTech Global

Katrina Johnson is Group General Counsel, WiseTech Global, a leading developer and provider of software solutions to the logistics execution industry. Headquartered in Australia, the company operates across 40 product development centers worldwide, including the U.S. and Europe, and serves over 17,000 of the world’s logistics companies across 181 countries.  

Johnson leads the global legal, corporate secretary, and employee equity teams and has over 20 years of in-house legal experience within high-growth technology companies. Before joining WiseTech Global, Johnson was associate general counsel and head of legal for Uber Asia Pacific. Before that, she held legal and business leadership roles in the eBay and PayPal group of companies in Asia Pacific and the US, after starting her legal career in private practice. Johnson earned her undergraduate degree in law and psychology from Macquarie University and received her legal practice management qualification in law from The College of Law Australia.  

 

7. Scott Booth
VP, Deputy General Counsel, ServiceTitan

Scott Booth is the Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at ServiceTitan, a mobile, cloud-based software platform that helps service companies streamline operations, improve customer service, and increase sales. It brings a fully operational modern SaaS infrastructure to an industry traditionally underserved by software.

Booth has extensive experience in the legal field, holding various roles at different companies. He previously worked at Stripe and served as assistant general counsel and corporate counsel at LendingClub. Booth began his career as an associate at Sutherland. He has also interned at Chadbourne & Parke LLP, the U.S. District Court, and the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

Booth has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Georgia - Terry College of Business, a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School, and a master’s degree in taxation from the New York University School of Law.

 

8. Anushree Bhog
Global General Counsel, Yellow.ai

Anushree Bhog is the Global General Counsel at Yellow.ai, a leader in AI-first customer service automation. Headquartered in San Mateo, the company empowers over 1,000 enterprises to create memorable customer conversations, offering efficiency and significantly reduced operational costs.

With over 16 years of experience, Bhog has been instrumental in setting up the global legal team and implementing corporate policies such as anti-bribery and corruption measures and the company code of conduct. She streamlined contracting procedures and built corporate governance frameworks while also advising on a wide range of employment-related matters on a global scale.

Previously Bhog was associate general counsel at Zomato, an Indian restaurant aggregator and food delivery company, where she led the acquisitions and funding initiatives, launched multiple business ventures, and formulated dispute and litigation strategies across India and other jurisdictions. She holds a degree from I.L.S Law College in Pune, India.

Anushree Bhog’s Insight

"Leading the growth of Yellow.ai's legal function amidst its rapid global expansion has been an enriching journey. In the dynamic AI industry, where legal complexities abound, staying ahead of emerging issues and regulatory shifts is crucial. Navigating this landscape demands not only legal expertise but also adaptability and foresight,” says Bhog. “It's been fulfilling to spearhead the establishment of an efficient legal function from scratch, molding its structure, processes, and policies to meet strategic objectives and regulatory standards."

 

9. Patricia Taggart
Chief General Counsel, Digital.ai

Patricia Prince-Taggart is Chief General Counsel at Digital.ai, an industry-leading technology company dedicated to helping Global 5000 enterprises automate software delivery workflows across complex technology environments. The company’s AI-powered DevSecOps platform automates software releases, improves mobile application testing and security, and provides insights across the software lifecycle. 

Taggart is responsible for the firm’s global legal team. With more than 25 years of legal experience, she has been responsible for all aspects of legal work including corporate, IP and products, transactional, employment, ethics, and compliance. She previously served as general counsel and chief of staff at Cognitive Scale Inc. She was also SVP and chief counsel at CA Technologies. Taggart is a graduate of the Pace University School of Law.

 

10. Andrea Flanagan
General Counsel, LeadVenture

Andrea Flanagan is the General Counsel of LeadVenture, the market-leading SaaS provider of digital dealer solutions across multiple brands serving 10 industry verticals including powersports, marine, recreational vehicles, independent auto, agriculture, and more. It provides more than 55,000 dealerships with dealer management systems, e-catalog solutions, online storefronts , and numerous layered apps such as inventory management, lead management, email marketing, e-commerce , and many more.

Flanagan has 19 years of experience. Before joining LeadVenture, she was a head of legal at Tripwire and before that an attorney at Hernandez Immigration Law, LLC. Earlier in her career, she worked with Lewis Law as a legal assistant. Flanagan graduated from Roger Williams University School of Law with a J.D. and from Oregon State University with an undergraduate degree in psychology.

 

11. Henry Patterson
Associate General Counsel, Harness

Henry Patterson, as Associate General Counsel at Harness, leads the Commercial Team, while also contributing to and overseeing other critical areas including data privacy, employment, M&A, intellectual property, open-source software, AI/ML, financings, and real estate. His impactful contributions have earned him recognition and awards within Harness, including two Star Performer Awards, and two invitations to Sales President’s Club as a “Friend of Sales”. Harness, the Modern Software Delivery Platform® Company, is on a mission to empower every software engineering team worldwide to deliver code reliably, efficiently, and quickly to their users: Patterson plays a crucial role in realizing this mission, ensuring that legal operations are aligned with the Company’s goals and objectives.

Prior to joining Harness, Patterson was Lead Counsel for the Lyft Business division at Lyft, the rideshare company, and Lead Commercial Counsel at Twilio, the cloud communications company.

Patterson graduated from the University of San Francisco School of Law and School of Management with a dual J.D. and M.B.A. degree, and from the University of California, San Diego with an undergraduate degree in political science plus a minor in economics.

 

12. Erik Smith
General Counsel, FloQast

Erik Smith is General Counsel at FloQast, a finance and accounting operations platform created by accountants for accountants. Trusted by more than 2,600 accounting teams, the company enhances the way accounting teams work, enabling customers to streamline and manage the financial close, finance and accounting operations, and compliance programs.

As General Counsel, Smith oversees and manages the company’s compliance, HR, legal, and recruiting departments. Before joining FloQast, Smith practiced law at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, and Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen, P.C. where his practice concentrated in the areas of M&A, investor activism, and corporate governance. Smith received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, a master’s degree from Yale Divinity School, and a bachelor’s degree from Boston College.

 

13. Jenny Yeh
SVP, General Counsel and Executive Board Member, Ooma

Jenny Yeh is the SVP, General Counsel, and Executive Board Member of Ooma, a smart SaaS platform that serves as a communications hub, offering cloud-based telephony, home security, and other connected services. The company’s business and residential communications solutions deliver its proprietary high-definition voice quality, advanced features, and integration with mobile devices at competitive pricing and value. 

Yeh oversees all legal affairs of the company. She has over 25 years of general corporate and transactional experience, including a tenure at General Electric. Before GE, Yeh was a partner at Baker & McKenzie, specializing in complex cross-border M&A transactions and advising clients on general corporate matters. She spent the early part of her legal career at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. Yeh received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and holds a bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley.

Jenny Yeh’s Insight

"I have never viewed my role as purely that of a trusted legal advisor.  To be an effective General Counsel, one needs to be a true business partner to the board of directors and the C-suite.  The ability to wear both strategic business and legal hats has allowed me to earn the reputation as the department of “yes” for all of the legal teams I have led – something of which I am extremely proud.”

 

14. Tony Zana
Group General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, Hexagon

Tony Zana is the General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for Hexagon, an industrial technology company specializing in solutions that combine software and advanced sensors for many industrial applications. Zana is responsible for the group’s legal affairs, regulatory compliance, and risk management.

Previously, he was deputy general counsel for Hexagon, where he was a key contributor to the company’s prolific M&A track record, having handled over 50 acquisition transactions for Hexagon. Additionally, Zana has served as vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary of Intergraph Corporation. Before that, he was in private practice at Maynard, Cooper & Gale P.C. and Balch & Bingham LLP. He holds a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from The University of Alabama and a J.D. from Ole Miss.

 

15. Suketa Shah
General Counsel, Advantive

Suketa Shah is the General Counsel of Advantive, a company specializing in creating purpose-built software for specialty manufacturing and distribution businesses, streamlining complex processes, optimizing operational visibility and throughput, and driving improvements in quality, profitability, and revenue growth. 

Previously, Shah was a general counsel at BenefitHub, an attorney at Shankman Leone, P.A., and an associate attorney at Salem Law Group. Earlier in her career, she worked with Rajan & Rajan LLP as a commercial litigation attorney. Shah earned a J.D. in law from Vermont Law and Graduate School and an undergraduate degree in economics from Stockton University.

Suketa Shah’s Insight

"Lawyers at heart, are problem solvers. Being General Counsel at a software company allows me to solve problems using my legal skills to support the business and mitigate risk to ensure long term success." 

 

16. Chris Young
General Counsel, Ironclad

Chris Young is General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Ironclad, Inc., the contract lifecycle management company that gives business and legal teams an easy-to-use platform with AI-powered tools to handle every aspect of the contract lifecycle. Young has experience as a corporate attorney and public servant, helping shape and carry out the company’s strategic vision. He is responsible for a broad range of legal, regulatory, and policy matters. Young spent most of his career between private law practice, politics, and government. 

He has held various roles including general counsel at GoFundMe and head of business development and counsel at OpenGov Inc. Before these positions, Young worked as a trial lawyer at Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP and held roles at the U.S. Department of Justice, The White House, City of Sacramento, and Obama for America. He received a degree in philosophy from San Diego State University and a J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley - School of Law

Chris Young’s Insight

“Modern GCs and in-house counsel are emerging as indispensable strategic business leaders with data-driven approaches, and are becoming recognized for having an outsized impact for the business,” says Young. “A lot of this progress has been made possible by the technological renaissance our industry is undergoing, and now, with the advent of AI, it feels like the sky's the limit."

 

17. Robert Harmon
General Counsel, ICON

Robert Harmon is the General Counsel of ICON Technology, an advanced construction technology company known for pioneering large-scale 3D printing and delivering Vitruvius an AI system for designing and building homes. It develops advanced construction technologies that advance humanity by using 3D printing robotics, software, and advanced materials.

Harmon oversees legal affairs, regulatory compliance, and policy functions of ICON’s rapidly growing business across private and public sectors. Previously, he served as associate general counsel and director at Amazon. He was also deputy general counsel and director at Tesla, serving as the senior legal advisor for all aspects of global real estate and construction. He began his career in New York City in the real estate department of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, and Garrison.

Harmon earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering and economics, a graduate degree in real estate development from the University of Michigan, and a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law. 

Robert Harmon’s Insight

"I have been blessed in my career to have the opportunity to work at amazing companies at the intersection of cutting-edge technology and issues of legal first impression,” says Harmon. “Those experiences helped prepare me for the opportunity we have in front of us at ICON, where we are pairing best-in-class technology capable of changing the way we develop the built world (both on this planet and beyond) and the utilization of Artificial Intelligence that will remove the historical barriers to accessing beautiful and sustainable world-class designs.” 

 

18. Shir Kodner
General Counsel, Cloudinary

Shir Kodner is the Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Cloudinary, a leading image and video management platform empowering global brands to deliver visual experiences at scale. It provides cloud-based image and video management services that allow users to upload, store, manage, manipulate, and deliver images and video for websites and apps

Kodner is a seasoned hi-tech attorney with experience in leading commercial negotiations of multimillion licensing transactions, overseeing M&As, equity financing, and joint ventures, bringing with her a track record of building legal frameworks that fuel business growth. 

She steers legal strategy for Cloudinary, which bootstrapped its way to over $100 million in annual revenue by serving a massive community of 1.8 million users and 10,000 customers worldwide.

Previously, Kodner served as general counsel and corporate secretary at IntSights, a cybersecurity startup acquired by Rapid7. Kodner holds a Master of Laws (LLM) from Stanford Law School. 

 

19. Simeon Vance
General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Awardco

Simeon Vance is General Counsel for Awardco, a global leader in employee rewards and recognition software. It partners with giants like Amazon to revolutionize workplace culture through its innovative SaaS platform and currently supports users across 143 countries.

Vance has played a critical role in navigating the company through its rapid rise within the tech landscape. During his tenure with Awardco since 2015, initially as outside General Counsel before transitioning in-house, the company has been recognized repeatedly as one of the fastest-growing in the U.S., with achievements including the largest Series A financing in HR SaaS history.

His previous experience includes roles at Parsons Behle & Latimer and the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Vance has a Master of Laws in Entrepreneurship from Duke Law and a J.D. from the University of Hawaii. Prior to his legal career, Vance was a software programmer and earned a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from Brigham Young University.

Simeon Vance’s Insight

“The ingenuity, drive, and vision of the team at Awardco are the fuel for our success. As General Counsel, I am deeply committed to navigating legal complexities in ways that foster—rather than stifle—a culture of innovation and bold thinking, ensuring we continue to pioneer new paths and reach our fullest potential.”

 

20. Peter Leiner
General Counsel, Central Reach

Peter Leiner is the general counsel of Central Reach, a leading provider of end-to-end software and services that helps children and adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). It delivers ABA, speech, occupational, and related therapies for care at home, school, and work.

Leiner oversees legal matters related to the company’s SaaS platforms for healthcare professionals and educational institutions. He also provides guidance and strategic advice to its leadership team on healthcare compliance, FERPA compliance, data privacy, human resources, contract negotiations, and intellectual property.

Earlier in his career, Leiner worked with Weiss Law Group as an associate attorney. He earned a J.D. in law from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law.

 

21. Nathan Huynh
General Counsel, Katalon

Nathan Huynh is the General Counsel of Katalon, a comprehensive quality management platform that enables quality assurance, DevOps, and software teams of any size to deliver improved customer experiences. The platform accelerates end-to-end software development by powering the authoring, execution, and insights of test automation across any app or environment.

Huynh is an attorney with over 10 years of experience in intellectual property law. His diverse experience comes from having served as in-house counsel for Weatherford International, supervising over 10 national and international firms in the prosecution of patent applications and managing all IP matters for one-quarter of all product lines, together with having generated over $4 billion in total revenue. 

Huynh started his career in 2001 as an associate at Fenwick & West LLP. From there, he went on to Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, before eventually rising to general counsel at KMS Technology, Inc. Huynh graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School with a J.D. and from Marquette University with an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering.

Nathan Huynh’s Insight

“It’s thrilling to be at the intersection of law and technology. At the forefront of this convergence is Katalon, where AI-powered software testing is not just a tool but a transformative force reshaping the industry. Navigating these complexities is intellectually stimulating, but the real privilege is being a key player in shaping the future of software testing with AI.”

 

22. Christopher Ghazarian
General Counsel, DreamHost

Christopher Ghazarian is the General Counsel of DreamHost, a premier managed WordPress hosting provider, giving over 400,000 small businesses, developers, and content creators the tools they need to create their digital presence. 

Ghazarian is responsible for implementing legal and business decisions, including guidance for all major business transactions and strategic decisions, determining global corporate marketing and expansion strategy, developing corporate policies and compliance, and more. 

Ghazarian began his work experience in 2008 as a business operations intern at Comcast. From there, he worked as a business litigation intern at Mesriani Law Group, a public policy intern at the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, and a project coordinator at Zynx Health. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Southern California and a J.D. from Southwestern Law School.

Christopher Ghazarian’s Insight

"True success as a general counsel lies not just in wearing the attorney hat, but in setting it aside when business and strategy needs arise. It’s about balancing legal precision with strategic vision."

 

23. Joey Litman
General Counsel, Lumivero

Joey Litman is the General Counsel of Lumivero, custom-built software solutions that allow users to leverage tools to answer the important questions they are working to decode. It combines research, decision-making, and organizational tools that enable professionals to do their work efficiently and productively and to make decisions more confidently. 

Litman is responsible for all legal functions, including data rights and licensing, contracting, IP, data privacy, M&A, corporate governance, employment, international growth, and litigation. He counsels the executive team, partners with sales leadership, and advises on products and issues across the business.

Previously, Litman was a general counsel and SVP of operations at H1 and before that an associate general counsel at Aterian. Earlier in his career, he worked with the New York State Senate as a legislative aide, Hon. Liz Krueger. Litman earned a J.D. in law from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law and an undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Michigan.

Joey Litman’s Insight

“I work to provide my business with timely, creative solutions that balance legal risk and business opportunity. My legal department endeavors to provide what my clients need, when they need it, in a thoughtful, vigilant, and efficient manner.”

 

24. Jennifer Zador
General Counsel, Formstack

Jennifer Zador is the secretary and general counsel for Formstack, a leader in providing SaaS data collection and workflow software. From eliminating paper forms to breaking digital silos, Formstack empowers anyone to quickly and easily build custom forms, create documents, and collect eSignatures without any specialized skills or coding.

Zador serves as legal advisor to the Board of Directors and company executives, overseeing the company’s legal, security, and privacy teams. She brings a proven track record of achieving strategic business goals while reducing risks and driving worldwide regulatory and legal compliance.  

Before joining Formstack, Zador served as the general counsel at other high-growth companies, such as Pendo and Heap, and as the assistant general counsel at SolarWinds. She began her legal career at DLA Piper US LLP in Washington DC and McDonald Hopkins in Cleveland, Ohio. Zador earned her J.D. from Case Western Reserve University and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from John Carroll University.

 

25. Lewis Barr
VP, Legal and General Counsel, Conversica

Lewis Barr is the Vice President of Legal and General Counsel of Conversica, a US-based cloud software technology company that provides two-way AI-driven conversational software and a suite of Intelligent Virtual Assistants. 

Barr has over 20 years of experience providing legal and compliance leadership at growing tech companies. He appreciates the daily opportunity to inform, implement, and advance best practices to support business growth and manage risk. 

Most recently, Barr was vice president of legal, security, and compliance at a customer data platform SaaS company, Lytics, where he built out its data protection and privacy programs. Before Lytics, he was general counsel at an identity and access management SaaS company, Janrain (now Akamai Technologies). Barr was also general counsel and secretary at the e-discovery services company, Fios (now Epiq Systems), and general counsel at a broadband networking solutions company, New Edge Networks (now EarthLink). Barr holds a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and a J.D. from the University of Missouri School of Law.

Lewis Barr’s Insight

"One great aspect of having been general counsel at a number of growing SaaS companies, including those with with AI at their core, is that it is a never ending front row education in technological, business, and regulatory change that you can help your colleagues manage and respond to positively and responsibly."