BA general counsel set to step down from role
High-profile British Airways (BA) general counsel Robert Webb QC is stepping down after 10 years in the role, with his responsibilities set to be spilt into two jobs. Webb - who joined BA in 1998 and most recently represented the airline in its ongoing price-fixing dispute - is set to step down at the end of March.Webb, who was called to the Bar in 1971 and made QC in 1988 when he became 5 Bell Yard's head of chambers, will now look to extend his non-executive roles. He already sits as a non-executive director at the BBC and the London Stock Exchange.
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