Hoyt Neal

Chief Legal Officer

Hoyt is the Senior Vice President of Legal Operations at Torticity. He is key in refining legal services by leveraging technology to assist in litigation strategy, boost case management and maintain compliance in a secure environment.

Before joining Torticity, Hoyt led CrossX and TortX as Chief Legal Officer wherein he showcased his expertise in risk-analysis, change management, and strategic investments, contributing to significant growth and corporate achievements. Hoyt also leads Lexington Penny & Reese, LLC by aligning law, finance, and startup strategies to provide global, innovative solutions.With a commercial litigation and securities foundation at McNair Law Firm, Hoyt has demonstrated a broad scope of legal proficiency. His development and implementatino of litigation, investment and growth strategies with various regional and national law firms as well as his work with hedge funds, private equity groups and family offices further highlight his diverse experience and commitment to the legal field.

Hoyt's academic credentials include a Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he concentrated in Commercial Litigation and Transactions, and a B.S. in Economics from the College of Charleston, where he was a member of the Omicron Delta Epsilon honor society.

Now living in Scottsdale with his family, Hoyt balances his professional achievements with a fulfilling personal life, continuing to drive forward in the legal and technological landscapes.


Steering the Future of Litigation Tech:
Our Core Leadership

Tom Evans

Founder, Exec. Chairman

Shane Blain

Chief Executive Officer

Hoyt Neal

Chief Legal Officer

Joreda Topi

Chief of Staff

Debbie Carrick

SVP, Operations

William Seward

SVP, Technology

Sanam Qureshi

SVP, People & Culture

Uliana Pak

VP of Growth

Embarking on a transformative journey in litigation requires the right partner. Let's discuss how we can elevate your case strategy to new heights.

Reach out to us today and experience the Torticity difference firsthand.

Get started now →