DLA Piper to revamp CEE structure to give more power to local firms
DLA Piper is set to overhaul its management structure in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), by moving to decentralise its leadership in the region.DLA Piper currently runs its nine-office CEE practice from Vienna, but from the New Year it will hand responsibility for overseeing operations to individual country managing partners.The revamp sees five of the firm's offices in the region - in Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria and Poland - handed greater autonomy with each of the country managing partners taking on responsibility for building the firm's presence in each jurisdiction, as well as managing the individual offices on a day-to-day basis.
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