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Edward Lewis opts for Rutter

Edward Lewis’ longest-serving partner Jeremy Rutter is likely to replace chairman Tony Collins, who resigned from the firm’s management committee and is negotiating leaving the partnership over claims of sex discrimination. One source alleges Collins is demanding a large pay-off to leave the London firm, a move which has incensed some partners. A resolution will […]

Clintons forced to restructure firm

Entertainment and media firm Clintons has been forced to restructure its private client department following the departure of a key lawyer to Lawrence Graham. Karen Marks, who says she effectively headed private client work at Clintons, joined her new firm last week. John Siegel, Clintons’ managing partner, says: “When she left we split the job […]

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