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STEPPING ASIDE – Lisa Rickard, who has led the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform since 2003, in January will pass the tort-reform torch to a new president, Harold Kim, who currently serves as the institute’s COO. Sue Reisinger reports that Rickard, who has served at the institute’s helm for the past 17 years, will remain as executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and will become counselor to Chamber president Suzanne Clark. The Institute is a Chamber affiliate. Kim served in the White House Office of Legislative Affairs as a liaison to the Senate for President George W. Bush.

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