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Latham & Watkins

Latham & Watkins chairman Bill Voge’s resignation from the firm this week, over what Voge called “a lapse of judgement” and Latham called “the exchange of communications of a sexual nature,” was nothing if not abrupt.

But lawyers and legal PR professionals say it was critical that Voge was removed from his position before news of his alleged behaviour spread – even though the conduct appeared to be confined to his personal life. 

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