Bloomberg Law
Jan. 26, 2021, 5:06 PM

Jones Day’s Brogan Stays in Top Role, Francisco, Orr Promoted

Roy Strom
Roy Strom

Jones Day won’t be naming a successor to Managing Partner Stephen Brogan this year—because that’s the way he wants it.

The firm is promoting Kevyn Orr from partner-in-charge of the Washington office to a new position: Partner-in-charge of the United States, Jones Day announced Tuesday. Noel Francisco, the Solicitor General under former President Donald Trump, will step into Orr’s role leading the Washington office.

Brogan, who will continue as managing partner, is showing no signs of stepping down anytime soon. The Washington, D.C. lawyer has kept a tight grip on the reins, despite blowing past the firm’s “semi-mandatory” retirement age. ...

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