Mayer Brown Vice Chairman Paul Maher, who had been on sabbatical at the law firm when he was passed over for one of the firm's new management posts, has provided his official resignation from the firm. In a revamp of its governance structure, the firm said earlier this year that it was eliminating the vice chair positions and appointing Kenneth Geller, a partner in Washington, D.C., who served as a second vice chairman with Maher, to serve as the firm's new managing partner.
It's Official: Paul Maher Is Leaving Mayer Brown
The National Law Journal
May 19, 2009