When Philadelphia’s Kleinbard announced a succession plan two years ago, the firm opted to maintain its three-managing-partner structure while replacing its outgoing leaders on a staggered basis. The last of those three moves came to fruition just this year.

Matthew Haverstick was then announced as one of the three new managing partners, along with Michael Frattone and Mary Beth Gray, even though he wouldn’t officially take on the role until 2020. Now that he has done so, Haverstick spoke with The Legal about the succession planning process at Kleinbard—which, he said, was in the works even before he joined the firm in 2015—and how the firm continues to plot a plan for the future.

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