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Elite.com Appoints Dan O'Day as VP
Elite.com has appointed Dan O'Dayvice president of Internet development. He will focus on leading and supervising the Elite.com Web site development teacm that plans to produce service features for the company's business software.
A California attorney, O'Day will oversee day-to-day management on site content projects, establish company and service standards for the Internet, and other projects. He holds a J.D. and M.B.A. from Pepperdine University, and a B.A. from Bennington College.
Brian Tinker has joined Berkeley, Calif.'s Lynch Marks & Associates, as a senior associate. He previously worked with Computer Consulting Group, in its San Francisco office. He will focus on customer relationship management software, records management, conflict checking and other projects.
Martindale-Hubbell President Louis Andreozzi has been named to the board of directors of JusticeLink, Inc., of Dallas. Andreozzi, who obtained his law degree from Seton Hall University, has also served as vice-president, general counsel and secretary of the LEXIS-NEXIS executive board, as in the same positions for Reed Elsevier Medical Publishing.
JusticeLink also announced that it has completed financing totalling $21 million, lead by Internet Capital Group, an Internet holding company engaged in business-to-business e-commerce. Also participating were Allen & Co.; Lynx Internet Ventures Fund; Mercantile Equity Partners III, L.P.; Mesirow Private Equity; PPM America; New River Capital partners, L.P.; Ravenswood Capital; and Joe Flom, of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom.
Settlement Planning Associates, of Chicago, has named Joseph E. Garganpresident, and Peter J. Klinger vice-president of operations.
Scott Charney, 43, former chief of the U.S. Department of Justice's Computer Crime and Intellectual Property section, has joined PricewaterhouseCoopers, in its Washington, D.C. office. The firm said he is scheduled to be admitted as a partner at the firm. He will focus on intellectual property protection, cyber-crime investigations, computer crime prevention and other technology concerns, within PWC's Financial Advisory Services practice.
Hildebrandt International has announced the addition of Maryann Hedaa, as a director.
She also serves as co-director of The Hildebrandt Institute, the company's leadership training arm.
Princeton Softech, a subsidiary of Computer Horizons Corp., has expanded its European operations. Based in Princeton, N.J., it has added three senior regional vice presidents: Hans Jacob will lead the central European region; José de Sousa heads up the southern European area; and Dave Norris has been named to lead the northern European region.
Merrill/Executech has named Fran Meadows as its new vice president of operations. She will manage and direct national operations of all imaging and coding for the Norwalk, Conn.-based company. Prior to joining Merrill/Executech, Meadows was an internal consultant and mentor to Quorum/Lanier's sales staff.
Jun Tsuchinya is the new president of Verbatim Corp., a Mitsubishi Chemical Co. He was most recently Verbatim's vice president of marketing and sales, joining the parent company in 1984.