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9 May 2012 | By Sam Chadderton
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Taylor Wessing has revamped its management team in a bid to see younger partners take on more responsibility at the firm.
The changes have led to City partner and trademark, copyright and media practice head Niri Shanmuganathan swapping roles with business group leader Charles Lloyd.
London partner and litigator Shane Gleghorn has replaced Richard Marsh as head of commercial disputes and Claire Martin-Royle will share the graduate recruitment partner role with Tim Worden.
The firm has also announced five new partners in Germany and one in the UK as part of its annual promotions round.
While the firm’s Paris office has not yet revealed its promotions, the numbers already equal last year’s total of six.
Corporate private wealth and Middle East lawyer Mustafa Hussain is the only new partner in the London office, with employment and immigration specialist Charlie Pring becoming a senior counsel.
The Frankfurt office has gained a partner each in its banking and employment, and pensions practices, while Hamburg, Munich and Düsseldorf have each received one new partner.
Taylor Wessing has also just hired Christian Kleeberg as a partner in Germany from Linklaters, where he was a managing associate.
The partner promotions are:
Mustafa Hussain (corporate, private wealth, Middle East) - LondonVolker Baas (banking) - FrankfurtSabine Bechtel (employment and pensions) - FrankfurtStephan Martin Gerner (corporate transactions) - DüsseldorfBritta Heymann (technology, media and telecoms) - HamburgThomas Pattloch (intellectual property, China) - Munich
Anonymous | 9-May-2012 5:49 pm
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Anonymous | 10-May-2012 7:21 am
Congratulations to Mustafa for being made up partner. A truly dynamic and pragmatic lawyer, Mustafa works tirelessly to provide clients with a top end service and innovative solutions. Mustafa is well liked by colleagues and clients alike and his promotion is well deserved.Well done to Mustafa and well done to TW for recognising and rewarding hard work and merti when due.
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