About the Program
You run a law practice, a professional business. How do you stay ahead of the competition? How do you deliver the best results to your clients? This presentation will show you how you can think outside the box and leverage your technology to the fullest extent possible.
As Stasmayer’s President, David Stasaitis is responsible for business growth and leading the company’s technology strategy. He co-founded Stasmayer, Inc., with Richard Krenmayer in 2003 while pursuing his undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts. After 14 years in business Stasmayer is recognized as one of the top Managed Services Provider in South Carolina and has been listed on the Inc. 5000 multiple times.
Stasaitis oversees product development, research and implementation of IT technologies proven to increase client’s profitability. His core expertise is information technology for Law Firms and he is former Amicus Attorney certified consultant and the one of nine Gold Clio Certified Consultants in the world.
As an IT expert for the legal industry, Stasaitis oversees development of IT infrastructures and solutions for law firms including law practice management, Cloud solutions, IT support, and Managed Services.
David also appeared in a number of continuing legal education technology videos (CLEs) with the South Carolina Bar Association including “Cloud Computing Solutions For Lawyers” and “Getting Answers for Making Tech Choices in the Set Up of a New Law Firm”. He is a guest speaker at the Charleston School of Law in the Law Practice Management Courses. He has also presented for the South Carolina Bar, Dorchester Bar, Charleston Bar, the South Carolina Federal Bar Association, and the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees.
He first became interested in computers through the gaming industry in 1996. In the past, Stasaitis worked as a Network and System Administrator and System Analyst as well as web and applications developer.
Stasaitis holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Information Systems from the University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and newborn son. He also enjoys traveling, golfing and biking.
This seminar qualifies for 1.0 MCLE credit hour.
This seminar is Intermediate Level.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, please use this course code: 177366ADO