GM's Former VP Of Diversity Motors To Jackson Lewis

Law360, New York (February 10, 2010, 2:34 PM EST) -- Labor and employment attorney Rod Gillum, a former General Motors Corp. vice president who retired as chairman of the GM Foundation, has been snapped up by Jackson Lewis LLP, the firm said Wednesday.

Gillum, who served as GM's vice president of corporate responsibility and diversity, had retired in October after more than three decades with the automaker, according to the firm.

He is expected to play a central role in helping the firm expand its presence and client service abilities in Detroit and elsewhere, the firm...
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