Harris Picks Scott T. Mikuen to Lead Legal Team, Anthony Deglomine to Support

Harris Corporation has named Scott T. Mikuen vice president and general counsel effective Oct. 15, succeeding Gene Cavallucci who is retiring after two decades with the company.

Mikuen currently serves as vice president- associate general counsel, with responsibility for corporate governance, SEC compliance, finance, and mergers and acquisition transactions. He also serves as corporate secretary and will continue in that role.

“Scott is an excellent lawyer with great legal instincts and a proven track record dealing in the complex world of compliance, governance and finance,” said Howard L. Lance, chairman, president and chief executive officer. “He is well qualified to be our next general counsel. We congratulate him on this promotion and look forward to the many contributions he will make as a member of our senior leadership team.”

Harris also announced the promotion of Anthony Deglomine to vice president and deputy general counsel. Deglomine joined Harris in 2002 and is responsible for litigation, product liability, real estate, and environmental, health and safety matters.

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