Lou Andreozzi, the former chairman of Bloomberg Law and CEO of LexisNexis North American Legal Markets, has been appointed to the board of directors of global managed services provider Integreon, the company said today.

The news comes a month after Integreon was acquired by the private equity firm EagleTree Capital.

Integreon said that Andreozzi will serve on the board in a non-executive capacity, consulting with Integreon CEO Bob Rowe and other senior Integreon managers, as well as with the EagleTree Capital investment team, on strategic initiatives including potential acquisitions and partnerships.

“We are thrilled to welcome Lou to our board of directors,” said Rowe. “Lou brings tremendous knowledge of the legal market and a unique perspective in a wide range of areas, including technology partnerships and acquisitions.”

In 2010, Andreozzi was named chairman of Bloomberg Law, roughly eight months after Bloomberg launched the research service as an alternative to Westlaw and LexisNexis, and he continued to run it until 2014.

Earlier, from 2000 to 2005, he was president and CEO of LexisNexis North American Legal Markets, a division of Reed Elsevier, as well as CEO of Martindale Hubbell and lawyers.com.

He was also CEO of legal tech SaaS provider Inference Data and, more recently, of Dot Law Inc., which managed the .law domain registry. He continues to serve as the brand ambassador of the .law domain.

In addition to his new board role with Integreon, Andreozzi is currently vice chairman of EPIQ’s Mass Tort Division. He also serves on the boards of directors of Insight Global and PulsePoint, as well as on the advisory boards of Prevail Legal, Joinder and Zero.

“Integreon is very well positioned to accelerate growth by deepening its service proposition and partnering with leading technology providers to reimagine and reengineer workflows for greater speed, scalability and performance,” said Andreozzi.