The former global chair of Baker McKenzie, Paul Rawlinson, died by suicide, an inquest into his death heard on Wednesday, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.

The inquest, which took place virtually on Wednesday by the Surrey Coroner’s Court in the U.K., heard that Rawlinson died by suicide last year after suffering an “acute depressive illness.”

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