Linklaters re-election faces hitch as MP vote goes to full partner meeting
Linklaters managing partner Simon Davies faces his reappointment going to a physical partners meeting in April after falling to secure enough support during an electronic vote. In an unusual move thought to be related to the City giant's sweeping partner restructuring, Davies has failed to secure a high enough margin of support in an electronic vote for re-election for a second term as managing partner, despite being the only candidate put forward.
Linklaters managing partner Simon Davies faces his reappointment going to a physical partners meeting in April after falling to secure enough support during an electronic vote.
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