Corporate austerity measures amid the coronavirus pandemic have apparently spurred the departure of the top lawyer for global chemicals and materials company Ingevity Corp. 

Katherine Pryor Burgeson, who has served as Ingevity’s executive vice president and general counsel since 2015, decided to take early retirement in the wake of the company announcing in early June that it was looking to cut costs by reducing staff, cutting benefits and decreasing outside spending on consultants and services. 

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