Eversheds chairman elections kick off as partner trio challenge Jenkins
Eversheds chairman Alan Jenkins is facing a challenge to retain his role after three candidates put themselves forward for his position in a contested election. The election process to appoint the firm's chairman kicked off last week, with transport chief and former London head Cornelius Medvei, international disputes head John Heaps and Cardiff head Alan Meredith all putting themselves forward for the role.
Eversheds chairman Alan Jenkins is facing a challenge to retain his role after three candidates put themselves forward for his position in a contested election.
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