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Freshfields managing director quits

Freshfields managing director Kirk Stephenson has resigned from the magic circle firm in the first internal shake-up since its management election last year. Stephenson’s resignation, which will be seen as marking a break from the old management team, was announced to partners yesterday. Stephenson joined Freshfields as finance director in 1999 after spells as FD […]

Maclays rocked by loss of private equity star to Latham

Latham & Watkins has swooped on Maclay Murray & Spens to snare private equity partner Graeme Sloan, dealing a potentially massive blow to the Scottish giant’s private equity ambitions in the capital. Sloan, who has been at Maclays for 15 years, is a recognised star performer in private equity circles. He expected to join Latham […]

White & Case in search for new managing partner as part of overhaul

White & Case is to overhaul its management structure and identify a successor to managing partner Duane Wall in a sweeping shake-up of the firm’s governance. Wall, who has held the role of managing partner since 1 April 2000, will stand down at the end of his term in March 2008 in accordance with the […]

Ferring counsel departs due to Swiss role

The long-serving general counsel of privately owned company Ferring Pharmaceutical has quit after the company relocated from Copenhagen to Wallisellen, Switzerland. General counsel Patricia Barclay decided not to move with the company headquarters, which could leave Ferring without a general counsel for much of the year. She has been general counsel since 1984. Ferring has […]

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