Cadwalader loses London partner to Latham
Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft is set to lose a restructuring partner in London, the third lateral departure since the firm laid off 96 lawyers in July. Jackson Taylor, who made partner a month before the layoffs, is leaving for Latham & Watkins' London arm, a source familiar with the situation says. Taylor has already resigned from the partnership, though has not yet started at Latham. A spokeswoman for Cadwalader confirmed Taylor's resignation on Monday (13 October). "The firm wishes him well," she says.Taylor, 36, made partner in June, and the firm touted him and promotee Karl Clowry in a press release as "key players in cross-border work, particularly at a time when there is increased distressed debt and workout activity around the world."
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