Gene Landoe retired as president and CEO of Wolters Kluwer Corporate Legal Services (CLS) in 2009.
Landoe had executive oversight of CLS's day-to-day operations, which included running its five business units.
Under Landoe's direction, CLS built on its renowned service foundation to transform into a legal technology
solution and service leader. Landoe led CLS through a reorganization in early 2006 to further focus the company's
business on customer workflows. In his seven years as president and CEO, Landoe has overseen CLS's evolution and
growth into an end-to-end provider of legal workflow solutions spanning corporate compliance, corporate governance,
lien management, litigation management and trademark and brand life cycle practice areas.
In his 37-year career with Wolters Kluwer companies, Landoe held many senior-level positions.
His most recent prior to assuming the helm of CLS in 2001 was as president and CEO of CCH Tax Compliance,
Torrance, Calif., the market-leading provider of tax and accounting software. Landoe holds a bachelor's
degree from Vanguard University, Costa Mesa, Calif.; an MBA from Chapman University, Orange, Calif.; and
a doctorate from Golden Gate University, San Francisco.