In October, Angela Styles was voted out as chair of Washington, D.C.-based Crowell & Moring, then left the firm to join Bracewell’s Washington, D.C., office. Styles declines to speak about the circumstances of her abrupt departure from the firm she had practiced at for 10 years, and where her three-year term still had several months to run. The partnership named partner Philip Inglima as her successor.
Just a couple weeks later, DLA Piper’s global co-chair Juan Picon announced that he was leaving the firm for Latham & Watkins’ Madrid office. Picon had been appointed senior partner of DLA Piper International, which comprises the firm’s operations outside the United States, in March 2016.
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