Mayer Brown governance structure in limbo as Maher quits

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  • I wonder why people posting comments at 2:28 in the morning want Maher to leave law. Could it have anything to do with the fact that when Maher leaves he will take very valuable clients and other lawyers with him? Something of course that probably wouldn’t happen if he joined a fund.
    Mayer Brown America is going to have to face up to the fact that by ousting Maher their reputation and financial position especially in London will diminish.

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  • Let us be honest here, a significant proportion of what has been said on these recent blogs must be discarded. The comments in many cases have a political slant favouring the hard line ex- Rowe and Maw lawyers who will never side against Maher no matter what it is he does.
    I would hasten to add that if you treat someone in an unjust way it is a natural phenomenon that they won’t be your best friend; Brits should know this!
    This would explain why he has no support outside London (and not much in London itself) and as mentioned a set of unimportant but loyal clients who evidently enjoy working with him, even though most of them now have no work to give.

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  • Sure thing, 'unimportant but loyal clients' who enjoy working with him and have generated on average in excess of $20 Million dollars a year for the last five years including last year. London is still also the worlds prime business centre. Americans should know this!
    Surely Maher must be having sleepless nights concerning the lack of support he receives from a xenophobic dying American law firm. Maher it looks to me as if you're in serious trouble, good luck!

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