Last spring, Corporate Counsel chose 10 in-house lawyers we predicted would become chief legal officer of a Fortune 500 company by 2010. One of them was Donald Rosenberg, vice president and assistant GC for litigation at International Business Machines Corp.

Rosenberg, 54, didn’t have to wait long. In October IBM promoted him to senior vice president and GC. He replaced Ed Lineen, who retired in January after 36 years with the company. IBM also decided to draft some outside talent, hiring Robert Weber from Jones Day for a newly created post, senior vice president — legal and regulatory affairs.

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