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LegalShield Appoints James Rosseau as Executive Vice President and President of LegalShield Solutions

Rosseau to oversee brokerage and small business divisions in addition to affinity sales

DALLAS, Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LegalShield, one of the nation's leading providers of legal safeguards for individuals, families and small businesses, announced today that James Rosseau has joined the company as Executive Vice President and President of LegalShield Solutions.  Mr. Rosseau will be responsible for growing and expanding the brokerage and small business divisions along with affinity sales.

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With over 20 years of professional leadership experience, Mr. Rosseau has a strong background in revenue generation and B2B relationship development across the financial services, healthcare and retail sectors.  Prior to joining LegalShield, Mr. Rosseau served as the President of Allstate Affinity Solutions where he launched a number of unique innovative partnerships differentiating Allstate in the insurance industry, driving customer acquisitions, loyalty, and revenue growth.  Earlier in his career, Mr. Rosseau served as a Senior Vice President at JPMorgan Chase Card Services, where he was responsible for Affinity & Co-brand partner relationships.

"I am excited about the opportunities that exist for LegalShield in its mission to bring affordable legal representation to those who need it most," said James Rosseau, Executive Vice President and President of LegalShield Solutions.  "Too often, people lack the means to obtain fair legal representation and I look forward to developing new, innovative channels and products across all divisions to help promote justice for people and businesses enrolled in LegalShield plans."

"We are very excited to welcome James Rosseau to the LegalShield family," said Rip Mason, CEO of LegalShield. "We look forward to working with him to expand our delivery of top notch and affordable legal services throughout the country."

Mr. Rosseau is the author of Success on Your Own Terms, a soon to be released book providing advice for young adults on defining and obtaining success.

For more information about LegalShield and the companies comprehensive legal plans, visit: https://www.legalshield.com/.

About LegalShield
LegalShield is one of the nation's leading providers of legal safeguards for individuals, families and small businesses. LegalShield also offers one of the industry's most affordable identity theft plans. Members receive identity theft protection for the entire family for the cost most competitors charge to cover a single individual.  LegalShield legal plans cover more than 1.4 million families and 3.5 million lives across North America.  More than 34,000 companies offer the LegalShield plan to their employees as a voluntary benefit.  For as low as $17 per month, LegalShield members get access to attorneys who are experienced in the areas of law that most impact families and small businesses.  Unlike other legal plans or do-it-yourself websites, LegalShield has dedicated law firms in 49 states and four provinces in Canada that members can call for help without having to worry about high hourly rates.  The attorneys at these firms have an average of 19 years of experience in such areas as family matters, estate planning, financial and business issues, consumer protection, tax, real estate, benefits disputes and auto/driving issues.  In 2012 alone, LegalShield firms received more than 2.1 million calls from members.  For more information, visit www.legalshield.com or call 800-654-7757.

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