Dewey shakes up Paris arm with three-partner management committee after exit of local chief
After a succession of senior departures from its Paris office, Dewey & LeBoeuf has moved to plug the gap for its French managing partner with a three-partner management committee. The firm lost its Paris managing partner in April when firmwide international arbitration co-head Eric Schwartz left the position to launch a French base for US rival King & Spalding.
After a succession of senior departures from its Paris office, Dewey & LeBoeuf has moved to plug the gap for its French managing partner with a three-partner management committee.
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