The hits just keep on coming for White & Case. On Wednesday, the firm lost the chair of its global information technology practice when Steven Betensky resigned, according to a report by The Lawyer. Betensky's resignation comes after the loss of antitrust partner Elaine Johnston and mining and metals practice chair Tanneke Heersche in recent days. Johnson, who left the firm late last week, will join the New York office of Allen & Overy to head up that firm's U.S. antitrust practice.
The Defections From White & Case Continue
The American Lawyer
February 25, 2010