Employment and labor law firm Littler Mendelson elected Erin Webber as its new managing director and president, placing women in the top two roles at the firm.
Webber, who has been a managing shareholder in the firm’s Denver and Kansas City offices, follows co-managing directors Tom Bender and Jeremy Roth, who led the San Francisco-headquartered firm for an eight-year term. The firm prohibits re-election.
She assumes her role in January, and is ready to face coronavirus pandemic fallout.
“It could be the second quarter of 2021 before things come back,” Webber said in an interview. “Even though we can’t go ...