One of Central Florida’s top privately-owned firms and leading litigation support company, Orange Legal, is proud to introduce Danny Ramos as its new chief executive officer. The Orlando-based company announced the change to employees after former CEO, Christa Walton, notified the organization she would be resigning her position after 11 years of service.
Ramos assumed the full duties and responsibilities of the position effective March 5 and has set out to continue the company’s upward trajectory.
“Christa’s leadership and vision have been critical in guiding Orange Legal to our strong position in the market today,” Ramos said. “I am incredibly thankful and excited to assume this new role…the opportunity that lies ahead for [Orange Legal] is limitless, and the ability to lead this next chapter is deeply humbling and incredibly exhilarating.”
Ramos, who previously served the last four years as Orange Legal CFO, was hand-picked for the position by Orange Legal owner, founder, and president Roberta Barrett. According to Barrett, Walton’s recommendation was a “huge factor” in Ramos’ appointment.
“[Ramos] is someone who can wear all the different hats [of the CEO position] and excel,” said Barrett. “He is going to do a great job.”
In succeeding Walton, Ramos will become the third CEO in Orange Legal history. Walton will remain with Orange Legal in an advisory capacity to aid with the transition until March 16.
About Orange Legal
Orange Legal is one of the largest and most successful court reporting agencies in Florida. For over 30 years, Orange Legal has developed a reputation for embracing new technologies leading law firms and their clients need to ensure winning results. Orange Legal offers court reporting, interpreting, translating, video conferencing, eDiscovery, trial technology, legal videography and more. Orange Legal has been recognized as a “Golden 100” company by the Orlando Business Journal and was among the 50 fastest growing companies in Central Florida in 2016.