Integreon, the global managed services and alternative legal services provider, has appointed legal industry veteran Gabriel Buigas as executive vice president and head of its Contracts, Compliance, and Commercial (CCC) Services business unit.

Buigas, a graduate of Harvard Law School, has worked in the legal industry as an attorney and business executive for 25 years. Most recently, he was an executive vice president at UnitedLex, where he ran the Digital Contracting and Commercial Solutions business unit.

Gabriel Buigas

Prior to joining UnitedLex in 2015, he spent 19 years as an in-house attorney at HP, where he worked in a variety of positions of increasing responsibility, most recently in the role of senior vice president and deputy general counsel for HP’s largest business unit, the Printing and Personal Systems Group, while also overseeing legal strategy and operations for the overall legal department.

At Integreon, Buigas steps into the position previously held by Jeffrey Catanzaro, who moved to PWC in July as a principal in its Legal Business Solutions group.

In a statement, Bob Rowe, CEO of Integreon, described Buigas as the right person to lead the Contracts, Compliance and Commercial Services business unit.

“Gabriel’s uniquely broad experience encompasses outsourced legal services, in-house corporate legal positions, professional services and law firms,” Rowe said. “His diverse knowledge ideally qualifies him to understand and bring additional innovation to our CCC client base and the organization as a whole.”

Buigas said of his new role, “Joining Integreon’s leadership team provides a great opportunity to leverage all my experience developing and delivering compelling CCC solutions to the marketplace. We will continue to grow the Integreon business with a relentless focus on delivering material value to our clients in all our offerings.”

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