Mayer Brown partners approve top-level overhaul
Mayer Brown's partnership has approved a new governance structure for the firm in an overhaul that sees vice chairman Paul Maher miss out on a top-level management role. The new management structure sees the elimination of the both vice-chairman seats, which were previously filled by London corporate partner Maher (pictured) and Washington DC litigation partner Kenneth Geller. It is unclear what Maher's new role within the firm will be. Along with voting in favour of Herbert 'Bert' Krueger to replace James Holzhauer as chairman in June, the firm's partners also approved a plan to create a new governance structure that replaces its current 16-member policy and planning committee with a new six-member management committee and 12-member partnership board.
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