White & Case's London office is a success. So with revenue up 38 percent since 2005 and high-profile rainmakers making key relationships, does it matter if a London partner fails to win a place on either of White & Case's key decision-making bodies? London correspondent Richard Lloyd looks at the firm's new management structure, with the eight-partner management board replaced by an executive committee chosen by Chairman Hugh Verrier, and the implications if not a single member selected is from London.
White & Case's New Management Structure May Leave Out London
The American Lawyer
October 8, 2007