Cravath partner Robert Joffe dies at 66
Robert Joffe, the former presiding partner of Cravath Swaine and Moore, died on Thursday (28 January) from cancer. He was 66. A Harvard Law school graduate, Joffe spent 42 years at Cravath. A prominent litigator and adviser to corporate boards, he was an important figure in the New York Bar, highly regarded for his skills, integrity and public service. At Cravath, he made his mark representing Time, one of the firm's signature clients, in aspects of its merger with Warner Brothers, and later on its ill-fated merger with AOL.
Robert Joffe, the former presiding partner of Cravath Swaine and Moore, died on Thursday (28 January) from cancer. He was 66.
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