Chicago-based litigation defense firm Litchfield Cavo will get its second-ever managing partner since the firm’s 1998 founding when Lynnfield, Massachusetts, partner John Jarosak takes over for Alan Becker on Wednesday, at the start of the new year.

Taking the reins of the firm from Becker is not unlike taking over an NCAA basketball dynasty, Jarosak said. He specifically compared his succession of Becker to Gene Bartow’s succession of John Wooden at UCLA—Wooden led the men’s basketball team to 10 NCAA championships in 12 years; Bartow became the coach after Wooden retired in 1975.

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