Blank Rome Welcomes New Chief Information Officer
Blank Rome LLP is pleased to announce that Frank Spadafino has joined the Firm as Chief Information Officer. He is based in the Firm’s New York office. Frank comes to Blank Rome from Hughes Hubbard & Reed where he served in the same role.
“We are thrilled to welcome Frank to Blank Rome in this important role,” said Grant S. Palmer, Managing Partner and CEO at Blank Rome. “Drawing from his extensive experience at numerous Am Law 100 and Am Law 200 firms, Frank brings with him a broad perspective and deep understanding of effective information management strategies that will help our Firm provide innovative client service solutions and operate more efficiently and effectively.”
At Blank Rome, Frank will lead Firm-wide information technology activities and initiatives across all practices and geographies, and will work closely with the Firm’s leadership, practice groups, technology team, and administrative professionals to help achieve the Firm’s strategic objectives. With 30 years of experience successfully managing all aspects of global information systems, Frank has served as chief information officer and held various technology roles in both the legal and investment banking industries.
“I am excited to join Blank Rome and have the opportunity to collaborate with such an impressive team of professionals who are committed to advancing the Firm through innovative technology solutions,” said Frank. “As the Firm continues to expand its practice capabilities and client reach, I look forward to working with the Firm’s leadership, attorneys, and professionals to implement cutting-edge information management initiatives that support business goals and establish operational frameworks that deliver outstanding service to our clients.”
Frank received his M.B.A. in Information Systems from Baruch College and his B.A. in Economics from the State University of New York at Albany.