Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft is set to lose a restructuring partner in London, the third lateral departure since the firm laid off 96 lawyers in July.

Jackson Taylor, who made partner a month before the layoffs, is leaving for Latham & Watkins‘ London office, a person familiar with the situation says. Taylor has already resigned from the partnership, though has not yet started at Latham, the source says. A spokeswoman for Cadwalader confirmed Taylor’s resignation Monday. "The firm wishes him well," she says.

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