The legal function of music giant EMI is set for a major overhaul in the wake of the company’s acquisition by private equity group Terra Firma (registration required) earlier this year.

EMI general counsel Chris Ancliff, who took on the top legal job at the struggling entertainment company when former general counsel Charles Ashcroft stepped down from the role in February, is overseeing the review.

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