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Andreozzi Named LEXIS President
Lou Andreozzi, former president of Martindale Hubbell in New Providence, N.J., has been named president and chief executive officer of LEXIS, the legal publishing unit of LEXIS-NEXIS. At Martindale Hubbell, Drew Meyer has been named as interim president and CEO, replacing Andreozzi. Meyer was previously chief operating officer.
Bill Pardue, currently president and chief operating officer of NEXIS, the business-to-business arm of LEXIS-NEXIS, has become CEO of NEXIS.
Allan McLaughlin returns to LEXIS-NEXIS as chief technology officer and will lead all information technology and information systems operations. McLaughlin served as vice president of technology for the Reed Elsevier Technology Group, based in Cambridge, Mass.
Margaret Early has been promoted to senior vice president of human resources for LEXIS-NEXIS.
Gavel & Gown Software Inc., of Toronto, has appointed Les Hansen as director of sales. Hansen previously worked at LEXIS-NEXIS Canada, first in a business development capacity, then as national sales manager.
Zelda Owens has been named national director of desktop publishing operations of Bowne Business Solutions, the outsourcing unit of Bowne & Co. She is based in New York.
Doug Caddell has retired consulting practice, Legal CTO L.L.C. and signed on as the head of the technology department at Foley & Lardner, an 800 attorney firm headquarted in Milwaukee.
Peter Krakaur is the new knowledge manager for the litigation group, at San Francisco-based Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison. He previously held the position of vice president and director of Internet activities for Glasser Legal Works, of Little Fall, N.J. Krakaur will continue to run LegalEthics.com, a legal resource Web site.
Dale Bituin has been appointed as director of sales, western region, at 1stlegal.com. He will be based in Los Angeles, and responsible for sales development throughout California. He recently served as national sales manager for CompuLaw.
Paul Iemma also joins the sales team, based in Rhode Island, and responsible for sales development throughout the eastern U.S. He previously worked for Filemark Corp., Quorum/Lanier and Techlaw Automation Partners.
BytePro Inc., developer of Time & Profit software, has changed its name to Time and Profit Corp., and selected a he new president and CEO: Matthew J. Lafata. He previously served as a vice president for Timeslips Corp.
Litigation Systems Inc. has appointed Kim Araneo as vice president of project management. A graduate of the Mississippi College of Law, she will head LSI's DC-based project management staff. Gloria Day has been named director of business development.
ELF has hired Robert Thomas as director, strategic development and associate general counsel. Thomas will guide the development of ELF's Serengeti project to accommodate the needs of practice areas beyond litigation, focusing on such specialties as mergers and acquisitions, finance and complex business transactions.
Tom Morrissey has joined Summation Legal Technologies Inc. as manager of practice systems. Prior to joining Summation, Morrissey was practice support manager at Kelley, Drye & Warren L.L.P. He will work out of Summation's new office in New York.
Flashline.com, a software component marketplace, has named attorney David Inglis as executive vice president and chief financial officer. He previously practiced with Cleveland-based Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff L.L.P., where he focused on corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions.
Gary Winston has been promoted to vice president of sales for North America at Cybersettle.com. He previously was vice president and general manager of Canadian operations.