Norton Rose competition head Coleman exits to CMA

Norton Rose's former head of competition Martin Coleman has left the firm to become a non-executive director for the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), The Lawyer can reveal.

Coleman ran in the election for chair of the Norton Rose LLP in February 2012, two weeks after the firm had already announced it had chosen Stephen Parish to be re-elected for the role.

However, owing to the unease among partners that the election was an usher-in for Parish, CEO Peter Martyr extended the deadline by a week to allow other candidates to stand.

Norton Rose's former head of competition Martin Coleman has left the firm to become a non-executive director for the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), The Lawyer can reveal.

Coleman ran in the election for chair of the Norton Rose LLP in February 2012, two weeks after the firm had already announced it had chosen Stephen Parish to be re-elected for the role.

However, owing to the unease among partners that the election was an usher-in for Parish, CEO Peter Martyr extended the deadline by a week to allow other candidates to stand.

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