As a new CEO takes the helm at the Association of Corporate Counsel this month, replacing retiring president Frederick J. Krebs, the trade group for in-house lawyers is also announcing the planned departure of another longtime executive.Senior vice president and general counsel Susan Hackett is leaving ACC after 22 years, in order to establish her own consulting business, announces ACC in a press release today.Veta T. Richardson will serve as the group’s new president and CEO. Her background is detailed in an earlier ABAJournal.com post.
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