Boies Schiller Flexner managing partner Matthew Schwartz said Tuesday said he was “personally sad” about the exit of the firm’s white-collar practice leader—one of three recent partner departures—but contended that the firm is poised for success and lateral acquisitions going forward.
News of the three departures, all in New York, appeared in one day. The head of its global investigations and white-collar practice, Peter Skinner, left for Morrison & Foerster; long-time deputy general counsel Ilana Miller is stepping away to “take some time off from the practice of law”; and partner Bill Marsillo is leaving to go in-house at a “leading telecommunications and energy infrastructure company,” according to a firm memo sent Monday and obtained by Law.com.
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