Norton Rose Fulbright American MP Steps Down With Illness

Law360, New York (December 12, 2013, 3:37 PM EST) -- The head of Norton Rose Fulbright's U.S. operations has stepped down with health issues, the firm announced Thursday, and will be temporarily replaced by an interim lead.

Kenneth Stewart, managing partner of a newly merged U.S. partnership "is taking a temporary leave of absence as managing partner for up to six months, effective immediately, for diagnosis and treatment of health issues that appear to be cardiovascular in nature," the firm said in a statement.

Linda Addison, global head of the firm's dispute resolution and litigation practice...
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