In another phase of the Proskauer Rose’s leadership change, Daryn Grossman, one of two leaders of its corporate department, has been picked by new chairman Steven Ellis as the firm’s managing partner.

Grossman and Ellis, both installed this month in their new roles, are charged with overseeing the New York firm’s continuing growth, after an apparently healthy 2019. Grossman said in a Friday interview that the firm had cracked $1 billion in revenue in 2019 after clocking almost $978 million in 2018.

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