Friall Joins LegalKEY
Eric Friall has joined LegalKEY Technologies Inc., of New York, as vice president of sales. In addition to directing LegalKEY's sales, he will play a key role in the company's customer communication program.
A graduate of Florida State University, Friall held previous marketing and sales positions with Law Manager Inc. and CMS Data Corp.
* American LegalTech, of El Paso, has named John Moehring as its new director of trial support. Moehring is a co-founder of IDEA Inc., the makers of TrialPro presentation software.
He also served as director of presentation technologies at Litigation Sciences Inc.
* True Data Partners, of San Marino, Calif., announced the addition of Jorge Montanez to its executive team as partner. He will be responsible for directing all Account Management Activities in the United States.
* Orion Law Management Systems, Inc., of Atlanta, Ga., announced that it has signed up Michael "Mickey" Latz as its new vice president of sales and marketing.
Latz received his M.B.A. in marketing from University of Minnesota and his B.A. from University of Wiscosin-Madison.
* Gregory Jones has become the new chief executive officer of Jim Hubbard & Associates, a Birmingham, Ala., company that provides debt collection software to law firms and financial institutions.
* Quorom Litigation Services, of Minneapolis, named Sally Lockett as Key Account Manager for Southern California, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico. Based in Los Angeles, she will have the responsibility for developing strategic relationships and managing law firm and corporate clients.
* John Curtiss was announced as the vice president of sales for Houston's DataCert, Inc., which provides legal e-billing services. He previously worked for Silicon Graphics Inc.
* Roger Tolbert has joined Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe L.L.P. as a partner in the firm's Seattle office. Tolbert will join Orrick's corporate and technology practice. A graduate of Yale Law School, Tolbert co-chaired the Biotechnology and Life Sciences practice group at Perkins Coie L.L.P. before joining Orrick.
* ProLaw Software, of Albuquerque, N.M., appointed Jay Levine to vice president and chief technology officer. He will oversee and support all future software development for the company. Levine holds an M.S. degree in information systems from George University and a B.A. in computer and information sciences from University of Maryland.
* McKool Smith P.C., a Dallas-based litigation firm, has announced the expansion of its intellectual property practice with the additions of principals Douglas Cawley and Ted Stevenson, senior counsel Amber Hatfield, and associates Chris Bovenkamp and Matt Harper.
Before joining the new firm, Cawley, Stevenson and Bovenkamp practiced with Dallas' Hughes & Luce L.L.P. Hatfield practiced with the Austin, Tex. office of Thompson & Knight L.L.P., and Harper was with New York's Fish & Neave.
* William Evans has joined Denver's Synaptec Software Inc., makers of LawBase case management software, as national sales director.
* Motion Media Technology, of Wilmington, N.C., has expanded its sales staff with the addition of Mark Burke and Sean Jensen as sales directors for strategic channels.
* Iris Hanney has been named senior vice president of the corporate publishing Group at TechBooks, a technology publishing company based in Fairfax, Va.
* Randal Queen has been promoted to the post of president of Verbatim Corp., based in Charlotte, N.C. He was vice president of operations for the company, which makes CD, DVD and other media.
* Steven Gold is now president of the National Sales Group of Panasonic Consumer Electronic Co.
* Neoware Systems Inc. has appointed two IBM employees to new marketing positions. Charles Quinn becomes Neoware's director of IBM business development, and Raymond Zilka is the company's new regional sales manager for the North Central region.
* IPR International, of Conshohocken, Pa., has named Michael McCabe as the company's director of new product development. McCabe previously worked as records management director of Merrill Lynch.
* Imperial Technology Inc., a California-based storage systems company, has appointed two new executives. Dave Fisk joins the company as chief knowledge officer and Wayne Kastner has been named vice president for engineering.