Clark Hill Business Unit Director Kaveri Subbarao Published in The Legal Intelligencer
Litigation Business Unit Director Kaveri Subbarao was recently published in The Legal Intelligencer. Her article is part of a series titled, “Take the Lead: Workplace Issues Affecting You Now.” Subbarao encourages readers to ask the question, “What does this make possible?” (WDTMP?) in their daily personal and professional lives. It can serve as a reminder to keep a growth mindset, which is not easy to maintain a rosy outlook amid the current chaos of the pandemic.
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Subbarao is a dynamic leader, lawyer, and entrepreneur with a best-in-class background in business and strategy. She brings an insightful, integrated perspective to solving legal and business issues that enables clients to identify and optimize opportunities, heighten profitability, and take meaningful risks. As Director of Clark Hill’s global Litigation group, Subbarao is responsible for designing, implementing, and stewarding growth strategies for the firm’s largest practice. She champions a diverse team of people in 25 offices throughout the United States, Ireland, and Mexico.
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