Harvey Miller to Return to Weil Gotshal as Partner

, The American Lawyer

Harvey Miller, who built Weil, Gotshal & Manges into a bankruptcy powerhouse before he left in 2002, is going back to the firm as a partner, after spending the last five years at investment bank Greenhill & Co. Miller, who spoke to The American Lawyer in his first interview after the announcement he would rejoin the firm, described the move as "returning to an old love." But he's going back to a much different Weil, one whose bankruptcy department has suffered through a long cold spell since he left.

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