Dewey & LeBoeuf chief drops in for some London fudge
The newly-merged Dewey & LeBoeuf’s decision not to appoint a London head looks like a confused fudge. Steven Davis, settling in as chairman of…
The newly-merged Dewey & LeBoeuf’s decision not to appoint a London head looks like a confused fudge. Steven Davis, settling in as chairman of the $1bn-plus practice, was in town this week to unveil the new management structure. The famously hands-on Davis announced that there wouldn’t be a London partner at the top of the pile but, instead, that he would be taking a direct role in the management of the strategically-crucial office.
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