Rob Reedy, managing partner of Houston’s Porter Hedges since mid-2009, just dug into  another four-year term, but he expects his run to end in 2024 when a younger successor takes over.

“The plan is to have a new managing partner in four years,” the 66-year-old Reedy said, noting that his anticipated 14-year tenure is a long time for one lawyer to lead a firm.

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