Bradley Butwin will serve as chair of O’Melveny & Myers until 2025 after the firm’s partners granted the securities litigator another four-year term, his third at the helm.
Butwin’s re-election comes eight months before the new term is set to begin in February, which the roughly 750-lawyer firm called a way to “signal its commitment” to the New York-based lawyer’s leadership vision. He assumed the chair position in 2012.
The past year has been eventful for Los Angeles-founded O’Melveny, beyond just the coronavirus outbreak that has caused dramatic shifts in the Big Law landscape.
In late March, O’Melveny retooled its ...