Subway Restaurants has hired a new top lawyer, but the struggling private company is staying tight-lipped about the leadership change in its legal department.

Ilene Kobert, a real estate lawyer and shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, will succeed Bethany Appleby as the sandwich chain’s chief legal officer. A spokeswoman for Subway confirmed Kobert’s appointment as the company’s top lawyer but would not provide further details. 

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