Sidley Austin chair to step down after four years in charge

Sidley Austin executive committee chair Carter Phillips will step down in the New Year, The Lawyer can reveal.

Veteran US Supreme Court litigator Phillips, who took on the role from former chair Thomas Cole, will step down after four years at the helm of the firm.

 

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