Mayer Brown chair to step down in firm revamp
Mayer Brown chairman James Holzhauer is to step down before the end of the year, as the firm kicks off an overhaul of its management structure.In an email sent to his fellow partners on Friday (6 March), Holzhauer stated that he would remain as chairman through a transition period, but he would step aside once a successor was chosen or ready to take over.Mayer Brown's leadership structure last changed in June 2007 after the retirement of longtime chairman Tyrone Fahner, when Holzhauer - an appellate lawyer and former University of Chicago law professor - was named chairman.
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