Linklaters set to name new Americas chief as Tucker steps down
Linklaters is preparing for a shake-up of its US management, with Americas head John Tucker set to step down after three years overseeing the practice. Tucker will stand down as Americas managing partner at the end of April, with the firm already consulting on his successor. He was initially appointed to the role for two years in 2007 - extending his tenure for 12 months last year - and split his time between London and New York.
Linklaters is preparing for a shake-up of its US management, with Americas head John Tucker set to step down after three years overseeing the practice.
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