Heller Ehrman re-elected Chairman Matthew Larrabee for three more years. Despite the fact that the San Francisco-based firm lost a number of key lawyers last year and warned partners that profits may be less than what was projected, Heller partners say they are pleased with Larrabee's performance, citing the opening of new offices both in London and in Shanghai. The next three years will be "about continuing to improve the performance of the firm -- and that means growth and profitability," Larrabee says.
Heller Re-Elects Larrabee to Top Job
January 3, 2008