Since the inception of Goldberg Segalla in April 2001, the Buffalo, New York-based firm has remained under the guidance of its founder and managing partner Richard Cohen.

That changed Monday, when Cohen announced that he will be stepping down as managing partner, with no single, immediate successor taking his place. The firm’s five-person facilitation committee will manage the firm until January 2021, at which point it will announce a new managing partner.

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