Herbert Krueger has been selected to replace James Holzhauer as Mayer Brown chairman in June, pending a partnership vote later this month. Krueger will become chairman under a new governance structure if the partners approve the changes, the firm said in a statement. The new, single-chairman structure would replace a troika-style leadership that Mayer Brown has had since June 2007. Holzhauer said in March he would step down from the post for health reasons and because of the job's heavy travel schedule.
Mayer Brown Moves Toward Discarding Troika Leadership Structure
The National Law Journal
April 7, 2009