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Bryan Cave shakes up leadership team

Changes made to management committee, office leadership and client service group

16 January 2014

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By Manju Manglani, Editor (@ManjuManglani)

International law firm Bryan Cave has made a range of new appointments across its leadership team.

Christine Cesare, a partner in the New York office, joins the management committee as a section leader. Cesare, who has led the firm's commercial litigation client service group since 2008, will oversee the firm's litigation practices. She succeeds Irvin Belzer, who has completed a six-year tenure on the management committee.

Marcy Bergman, head of the firm's retail group, has been appointed managing partner of the firm's San Francisco office. She succeeds Lee Marshall in the role, who was appointed in 2010.

In addition, the firm has made a range of changes within its client service group.

Marshall becomes head and Mark Leadlove becomes deputy head of the commercial litigation group.

Mark Srere has been named head of the white collar defense and investigations / securities litigation and enforcement group, a role previously held by the recently-named chair elect, Therese Pritchard.

Meanwhile, Nicole Simonian has been named coordinator of Bryan Cave's Asia practice, a role previously held by Pritchard. Simonian also leads the Asia labour and employment practice.


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