Mayer Brown has appointed London-based real estate partner Jeremy Clay as its global managing partner.
Clay succeeds litigation and dispute resolution partner Kenneth Geller, who has stepped down after nine years as managing partner, a role created by Mayer Brown in 2009 when the firm revamped its management structure. Geller will remain with Mayer Brown as a disputes partner in Chicago and Washington, D.C.
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