Revlon Inc. is looking for its third top lawyer this year after the departure of acting general counsel Penny Tehrani-Littrell.
Tehrani-Littrell had been acting legal chief following the Feb. 1 exit of former general counsel Cari Robinson. Tehrani-Littrel joined Revlon last September as a deputy general counsel and corporate secretary, and her LinkedIn profile shows she has now left the cosmetics company after just eight months.
“Revlon has a deep and talented legal team currently being overseen by the senior members of the group,” Revlon said in a statement. “We continue to actively recruit for our next general counsel.”