BRYTER, the no-code automation platform that enables legal professionals to build digital applications, announces that Max Paterson has joined the company as its new Managing Director, US to deepen and strengthen relationships with law firms. Based in New York City, Max joins BRYTER after six years as the Chief Customer Officer at Neota Logic, a long-established provider of legal low-code software.
BRYTER has a strong presence in the North American market. Its US law firm customers include Paul Hastings, McDermott Will & Emery and Cooley LLP. Max joins BRYTER to deepen and strengthen relationships with new and existing customers, with a particular focus on US law firms.
Max has a proven track record of helping Amlaw 200 law firms and Fortune 500 companies navigate the intricacies of no-code development, automation, integrations, and workflows. Over the course of his legal tech career, Max has been an Adjunct Professor at Cornell Law School, won the inaugural Global Legal Hackathon, was named an International Legal Technology Association’s (ILTA) Young Professional to Watch, and has spoken at major legal tech events globally. With an LLM from Cornell Law School, JD from Osgoode Hall Law School, and as a Visiting Researcher in law and computer science at Stanford, Max complements his legal education with a passion for technology.
Max has a stellar reputation in the industry as an expert in legal enterprise projects, particularly supporting law firms in re-defining their client relationships and services. Specifically, Max will be working with law firms to find internal efficiencies, external revenue streams, and drive creative solutions to create connections with their clients. To achieve this, Max will partner with law firms to dig into the technological and economic elements of use cases, including using AI, document automation, integrations, and workflows, to land on measurable and value-led results to their pain points.
Max Paterson, Managing Director, US said:
“As someone who has focused their career on aligning product-fit with customer value, BRYTER has some of the most compelling tools pushing the forefront of legal services transformation.
With the continued rise of no-code development and AI, I’m thrilled to join BRYTER at a time when law firms are embracing these new technologies and complementing their traditional services with products.
I look forward to learning from and collaborating with an already superstar team, and to continue to help law firms drive towards operational efficiencies and business driven outcomes.”
Michael Grupp, Co-founder and CEO said:
“I’ve got to know Max as a rare breed of someone who combines a deep experience of the legal market, and its opportunities and challenges, but also the understanding of enterprise software projects. Max has an impressive track record in this market, and I’m happy to join forces with him as we continue to expand in North America.”
Micha Bues, Co-founder and CCO said:
“I’m looking forward to working with Max as we strengthen our presence and support to our law firm customers, especially in the US. Max has an excellent reputation in the industry and I’m excited to work together with him and our customers on their digital strategy.”
BRYTER is the no-code automation platform built for legal and compliance professionals. Law firms and in-house legal departments use BRYTER to automate workflows, digitize contracting and build self-service applications. Global law firms like Clifford Chance, Linklaters and Paul Hastings through to professional service firms like Deloitte, PwC and KPMG and in-house legal teams from companies like McDonald’s and Telefonica use BRYTER to deliver services digitally. BRYTER is a remote-first company with offices in New York, London, and Frankfurt. www.bryter.com