Around the house

By James Barnes

03 July 2013 at 09:23 BST

A weekly round-up of in-house legal moves from around the globe.

Lynn McCreary joins Fiserv

Lynn McCreary has succeeded Charles Sprague as executive vice president and general counsel at Fiserv, a financial services technology solutions provider.
Finextra reports that Ms McCreary, who received her law degree from Washburn University, has been deputy general counsel at Fiserv since March 2010, where she was responsible for litigation and matters of intellectual property.

Former legal affairs director for the Second Amendment Foundation, Miko Tempski, is making a return to SAF in Bellevue as general counsel after spending two years as an assistant attorney general for the State of Washington, according to PR Newswire.
Mr Tempski will be joining executive vice president Alan Gottlieb in the core leadership team and will be managing the foundation's litigation. Concerned with the Constitutional right to own and possess firearms, SAF has more than 650,000 members and aims to improve public understanding of gun control.

Renee Cavalovitch has been appointed vice president, general counsel and secretary to the board of trustees at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, PA, reports Robinson-Moon Patch.
An alumna of the university, Ms Cavalovitch brings a wealth of RMU experience to the role as she graduated in business administration in 2001 and has been on the RMU Board of Trustees since 2009. She will replace recently retired Sid Zonn from the beginning of July and will serve on the university's President's Cabinet.


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