Fish Legal Staff Win Two "2010 Distinguished Peer Awards" from ILTA

Fish & Richardson today announced that two legal staff members have been recognized by the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) with a 2010 Distinguished Peer Award for outstanding achievements in making technology work for the legal profession.

Beau Mersereau, Director of Applications, Development and Support at Fish, received the Microsoft Champion award in recognition of his achievements in championing Microsoft's technology within the firm. Jennifer Potter, Project Manager, Business Analysis - Applications & Development, received the Project Management Champion award in recognition of her achievements in championing project management technologies within the firm. Mr. Mersereau and Ms. Potter recently accepted their awards at the ILTA's annual educational conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

ILTA's Distinguished Peer Award is a peer-nominated and peer-judged program intended to recognize those who have delivered great business value and transformational impact through their innovations and implementations or have been champions in specific areas of focus for their organizations. This was the first year of the program.