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Date: November 8, 2022

Timothy Ferguson Discusses New Role as Miami Office Managing Partner with Law360 Pulse

by foleyandmansfield
Date: November 8, 2022
by foleyandmansfield

Timothy Ferguson Discusses New Role as Miami Office Managing Partner with Law360 Pulse

 

Foley Mansfield partner Timothy Ferguson spoke with Law360 Pulse about his new role as Managing Partner of the firm’s Miami office following the retirement of Kevin O’Connor. In the article, Tim discusses his two-decade-long litigation career and emphasizes his team-based approach to leadership, telling the publication, “It’s all about team. We’re only as good as [the] people that we hire and that we surround ourselves with.”

Additionally, the article briefly discusses Kelly Casey’s ascension to lead the firm’s medical malpractice division in Miami, another vacancy left by Kevin.

To read the article, click here: Foley Mansfield Names New Leader For Miami Office (subscription required)

To read more about Tim and Kelly’s new roles, click here: Foley Mansfield Announces the Retirement of Partner Kevin O’Connor and Elevates Timothy Ferguson as Managing Partner and Kelly Casey as Chair of the Medical Malpractice Group

 

 

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