Squire Patton Boggs to replace Crossley in upcoming elections

September 16, 2016 Following Peter Crossley’s announcement that he will step down as Europe and Middle East managing partner at Squire Patton Boggs, the firm is preparing to hold a leadership election within the next few months. December 2016 marks the end of Crossley’s term as Europe and Middle East managing partner, a position that he has held for 12 years.

Crossley was initially appointed managing partner at legacy firm Hammonds, and maintained the position after Hammonds 1746 merged with Squire Sanders in January 2011. Squire Patton Boggs has completed a number of mergers in recent years, with the latest merger involving US firm Carroll Burdick.

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