September 2016
Lawyer;9/12/2016, Vol. 30 Issue 37, p38
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The article announces several personal changes in different law firms around the world, as of September 2016, including exit of Taylor Wessing from McDermott Will & Emery; appointment of Charles Russell Speechlys at Addleshaw Goddard; and Ky Ash at K&L Gates.


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