Linklaters set to elect new German head as Lappe stands down
Linklaters senior partner for Germany Michael Lappe will stand down from the position next year, with the magic circle law firm preparing to appoint a successor. Lappe's second three-year term in the role, which he initially took up in 2004, will end on 30 April 2010. The high-profile M&A partner said that he had decided not to run for another term, instead planning a return to full-time fee-earning in the German corporate practice.
Lappe to return to fee-earning as former German MP departs firm
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