Four names emerge as contenders to succeed Orrick CEO Baxter
Four US partners have emerged as front runners to replace longtime Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe chairman Ralph Baxter when he retires next year. The firm has narrowed down candidates to fill Bxter's role to Los Angeles-based finance partner Alan Benjamin; Walter Brown, a white-collar litigator in San Francisco; James Stengel, a mass torts and product liability litigator in New York; and Mitchell Zuklie, a technology-focused corporate lawyer in Silicon Valley, writes The AmLaw Daily.
Four US partners have emerged as front runners to replace long-time Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe chairman Ralph Baxter when he retires next year.
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