Bloomberg Law
March 9, 2022, 1:35 PM

Wake Up Call: DLA Piper Elects LGBT Leader as Global Co-Chair

Rick Mitchell
Rick Mitchell
Freelance Correspondent

In today’s column, Shearman & Sterling came back from a tough 2020 to post a 58% rise in profits; a big year for deals powered Greenberg Traurig over $2 billion in revenues for the first time; President Biden appointed a Crowell partner to a top Treasury post.

  • Leading off, DLA Piper elected London-based corporate partner Jon Hayes to a four-year term as senior partner for DLA’s international, non-U.S. branch, and global co-chair of the overall firm, which has about 4,300 lawyers. Hayes, who takes over from Andrew Darwin May 1, is a former member of DLA’s international board and current ...

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