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Mayer Brown names new competition head

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  • Oh dear another high profile partner leaving Mayer Brown. They’re showing the symptoms of an endangered firm. What happened to the promise of new partners pitching up? I fear for their brand image it has been a abominable year for them: Management breakdown, Joseph Collins, Paul Maher, and the following shockwaves, the jealousy some supposedly professional partners are portraying, other partners leaving, the failure of the Heller deal and now this another high profile loss. What is going on? The firm must get its act together and learn that if it continues to conduct itself in a consistently piteous way its business will falter at a stratospheric rate, which is already beginning to happen.

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  • I agree the firm is in dyer need of streamlining its PR. It’s a shame because the firm was presented with tremendous opportunity when it was approached by Mayer Brown & Platt some years ago now.

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  • It will be very interesting when the firm’s financial figures are published; I suspect Revenue in London will have dropped significantly in relation to its city competitors. With the loss of market leading lawyers comes the loss of business especially when replacements are not sought.

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  • Paul - is that you again?

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  • Supposedly bright intelligent Mayer Brown London partners should not spend all day blogging on a news article. However I suppose work is sparse for them at the moment so I guess it's understandable. The comment above comes from the exact capricious Mayer Brown London corporate partner being spoken off. I have a message for you folk; Paul Maher fostered you for years promoting several of you to your respected positions, be honest and ask yourselves if repaying him in this way is just.

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  • How's your rapidly diminishing corporate department progressing?
    Regards,

    The Paul Maher PR machine.

    P.S, Names will be mentioned from your side seeing that you have your heart set on destroying Paul's reputation.

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  • Ooh this is getting feisty. I want these supposedly cowardly Mayer Brown partners to reveal their identity and eloquently put their points across to this forum. Come on already let's get things out in the open.

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  • I wonder who’ll be leaving the firm next?

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  • horseshit..

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  • Excuse me could you please substantiate upon that uttering and articulate yourself properly.
    Thank you

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