Ashfords sparks Plymouth expansion with hire of General Motors in-houser

Cushnie, Lorraine
October 2005
Lawyer;10/31/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 42, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that law firm Ashfords has recruited lawyer Lesley Galvin from the in-house legal department of General Motors Corp. in Great Britain. Role of Galvin during her tenure at the car manufacturer; Assignment to head the firm's corporate-commercial department; Reason for accepting a job at Ashfords.


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