DLA creates new sole UK managing partner role
DLA Piper has scrapped its two existing regional managing partner roles in favour of a single UK managing partner, with David Bradley named in the new role, it was announced yesterday (10 December). Bradley, who is Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) head for employment, pensions and benefits, will take up the new post of UK regional managing partner on 1 January, 2009, with responsibility for the delivery of the business across the whole of the UK.The move will create a single reporting structure for the firm's UK operations as opposed to the two previous roles, which saw Catherine Usher act as managing partner across London with Paul Firth acting as regional managing partner for the rest of the UK.
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