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Michael Will is the Co-CEO and founder of ESILAB and has overall responsibility for defining and executing the company’s strategy. With a background in both law and technology, Michael has practiced as a litigator (Clifford Chance, Lloyd's of London and Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan) and transactional lawyer (Allen & Overy). Prior to establishing ESILAB, Michael was the founding partner of two successful LegalTech start-up ventures (aoSphere (est. 2002) and docGenix (est. 2008)) each of which was funded by leading international law firm Allen & Overy. Both aoSphere and docGenix were classified as "stand-out" innovations at the FT Innovative Lawyers Awards in 2002 and 2008 respectively. Chambers and Partners, the internationally renowned legal rankings firm, has ranked Michael as one of the leading Litigation Support E-Discovery professionals in the United States. Michael is a former member of the CFTC's Data Standardization sub-committee and has advised the SEC, CFTC, and U.S. Treasury on matters pertaining to the machine readability of legal agreements. He is also a former co-chair and member of the FpML Standard CSA Working Group.

Mark Gross is the Co-CEO and founder of ESILAB and is also President of its affiliate, Data Conversion Laboratory, Inc.. Mark is a recognized authority on XML implementation and document conversion and has overall responsibility for resource management and planning. Previously, Mark worked for the consulting practice of Arthur Young & Co.. Mark has a BS in Engineering from Columbia University and an MBA from New York University. He has also taught at the New York University Graduate School of Business, the New School, and Pace University. He is a frequent speaker on the topic of automated conversions to XML and SGML.​

Judy Gross is Chief Financial Officer of ESILAB and oversees all ESILAB of its financial and HR activities. Previously, Judy worked at SAMI, which was a market research subsidiary of Time, Inc., and IDC, a financial data supplier, where she gained experience in the development of large marketing and financial databases. Judy holds a BA in Economics and Psychology from Syracuse University and an MBA in Quantitative Analysis from New York University.

Mike Gross is the Chief Technology Officer & Director of Research at ESILAB with responsibility for solutions engineering. Previously, Mike managed the development of a US Air Force Software Development Tool Set for Advanced Computer Techniques Corporation. He holds a BS in Computer Engineering from the Case Institute of Technology at Case Western Reserve University.

Amy Williams is Chief Operating Officer of ESILAB and is responsible for supervising ESILAB's day-to-day business operations, including scheduling and managing all projects, as well as monitoring ESILAB's financial performance, customer relations, and personnel management. Amy' is also responsible for analyzing existing operations and developing the strategies, processes, and technologies to improve organizational performance. Previously, Amy worked in a management capacity at AMS (now CGI). Amy obtained a BS in Computer Science from the University of Florida and an MBA from the University of Maryland.​

Tammy Bilitzky is Chief Information Officer of ESILAB. In this capacity she is responsible for managing ESILAB’s technology department. Tammy has extensive experience in leveraging technology to deliver client value, supporting business process transformation and managing complex, large-scale programs onshore and offshore. Previously, Tammy was employed for three decades by Guy Carpenter & Co., LLC (a subsidiary of Marsh and McLennan Inc.), a global leader of reinsurance and capital management, where she successfully served in numerous senior technology management roles including Managing Director in Information Technology. Tammy holds a BS in Computer Science and Business Administration from Northeastern Illinois University. She is a Project Management Professional, Six Sigma Green Belt, and Certified ScrumMaster.

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