His replacement, Ian Gray, who will take over as chair on Monday, is director of the US-based Turnaround Management Association and the European Association of Certified Turnaround Professionals.
The Law Society has invested over £5m in Legal Practice Technologies (LPT), the joint venture between the society and global technology giant Mastek, set up to develop and deliver Veyo.
The statement said LPT had appointed a new finance director, David Parry, described as “an experienced chief financial officer with a background in entrepreneurial and technology-based businesses, including business-to-business software development organisations and start-ups”.
Meanwhile there have been a raft of other changes in the senior management of Veyo. Stefanie van den Haak, Veyo’s commercial director, left the business this month.
A spokeswoman for Veyo said: “Stefanie was employed at Veyo as commercial director from January 2015 to August 2015. In this role Stefanie was responsible for establishing the sales team; managing the sales budget; creating and executing sales strategy. We wish her well for the future.”
The spokeswoman said Richard Garland, head of business development, “left Veyo in July to pursue another role at a different organisation”, while Paul Humphrey’s contract as programme director expired in June.
She said his contract “concluded as planned and as we entered the latest phase of work in the development of Veyo”.
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