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May 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Allscripts announced today important additions to the company's senior leadership team and Board of Directors.
Brian Farley will join the company as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary effective
May 28, 2013. In addition, Allscripts added two new board members – Anita Pramoda and
Michael Klayko – whose terms began
May 21, 2013.
"All three individuals are highly-qualified professionals with outstanding experience," said President and Chief Executive Officer
Paul Black. "We know their contributions and insights will be instrumental in helping us realize our vision of a Connected Community of Health™."
New SVP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Farley brings more than 20 years of legal experience to Allscripts including most recently serving as General Counsel for Motorola Mobility's Home Business. In this role, Farley managed all legal matters and operations for the nearly
$3.5 billion operation, including issues related to manufacturing, sales, IP, litigation, and employment, culminating with Motorola Mobility and Google, Inc.'s recent
$2.35 billion sale of the Home Business to ARRIS, Inc. Farley managed a 30-person global legal and public policy team with employees located on four continents.
During his nearly eight-year tenure at Motorola, Inc. and Motorola Mobility, Farley led multiple legal transactions, in addition to leading the global antitrust and regulatory approval process for the successful closing of the
$12.5 billion sale of Motorola Mobility to Google in 2012.
Prior to becoming General Counsel of the Home Business, Farley was a member of the staff of Motorola Mobility's president, and served as his primary legal counsel. He has served as lead attorney in negotiating and advising Motorola's executive leadership teams on matters involving the separation of Motorola Mobility from the former Motorola, Inc., international joint ventures, restructuring deals, mergers, and other major transactions.