David J. Myers
David graduated Cum Laude from the University of Cincinnati in June, 2001, earning a Bachelor's of Business Administration. David then attended the University of Notre Dame Law School, graduating Magna Cum Laude in May, 2004.
While an undergraduate, David worked in Arthur Andersen's Computer Risk Management Practice Group. There he specialized in information system audits, physical and electronic security audits, disaster recovery and business continuity planning for SMB (Small-Mid Size Business) to Fortune 500 companies.
After graduating from the University of Notre Dame Law School, David became a Corporate Tax Associate at Dinsmore & Shohl. It was there that David learned the fundamentals of legal practice and saw how a successful law firm supports its human assets with technology to provide high level service to its clients.
Later David joined a boutique Tax Litigation Firm in Blue Ash, Ohio as an associate. At the firm David took charge of their "Knowledge Management" and implemented both Case Management and Document Management systems for the firm. He also worked with marketing consultants to develop branding, marketing strategy, and website revitalization for one of their sister companies.
Realizing his strengths as an attorney, marketer and technology expert, David soon joined SpliceNet as an Applications Specialist. David focuses on assisting firms with the implementation of Case Management, Billing, Accounting, Document Management and Document Automation solutions. He also assists law firms in developing and revising policies and procedures for proper firm operations with respect to their technologies.
David has worked extensively with many legal applications, including Time Matters, Billing Matters, PCLaw and Amicus Attorney. David is a Certified Independent Consultant for LexisNexis' Time Matters, Practice Advantage and PCLaw. David remains an attorney licensed to practice in Ohio.
Community and Personal:
David married his wife Christine in November of 2004. They are active members of the Donauschwaben Cultural Society where David sat on the Board of Trustees from 2006 through 2008. He is also a member of the Advisory Board for the Cincinnati Steam Baseball Club, a charitable organization that provides collegiate players an opportunity to play at the highest level of amateur baseball during the summer and to give back to their communities.