Lou Andreozzi is currently the Vice Chairman of EPIQ's Mass Tort and Class Action Division. He is also CEO of Dot Law. Inc.-the new top level internet domain serving the legal profession. He is a visionary leader in the fields of business information and technology, and is recognized as the driving force behind some of the most prominent tools and services used by leading law firms around the world.
He was formerly chairman of Bloomberg Law and former chief executive officer of IQNavigator, Inc.
During his tenure as president and CEO of LexisNexis North American Legal Markets, a $1.2 billion division of Reed Elsevier, the company acquired the industry’s top two electronic filing companies, the leading electronic discovery company, the leading docket database, the #1 customer relationship management system for law firms and numerous market-leading practice management tools. Andreozzi was also CEO of Inference Data, a leading software-as- a-service (SaaS) provider of solutions for legal data analysis and review.
Andreozzi also managed the Martindale-Hubbell division of Reed Elsevier, where he created the industry’s leading online resource, lawyers.com. Prior to his position at Martindale -Hubbell, Andreozzi held several positions with Reed Elsevier, including general counsel of LexisNexis.
He has also served as a strategic advisor for ValueAct Capital, The Carlyle Group, Apollo Management, Ares, Bain Capital and numerous other private equity firms on large media and technology deals.
Lou currently serves on the Boards of Directors of Insight Global and PulsePoint. Lou served on the Board of Directors of Avvo from its inception until 2014 when he moved over to Avvo’s Industry Advisory Board and was formerly a Director of DTI Global and advisory board member at Innography.
Lou currently serves on the Advisory Boards of 3 legal start ups-Prevail Legal, Joinder and Zero.
Andreozzi is a graduate of Rutgers University and received a J.D. from the Seton Hall School of Law. A sought-after speaker, he has delivered keynote addresses at leading legal industry events and sits on the Seton Hall School of Law Board of Visitors, and was the keynote Commencement Speaker in 2005.