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Jacqueline Lee Promoted to General Counsel of Flynn Restaurant Group

Flynn Restaurant Group announced the internal promotion of Jacqueline (Jaci) Lee to General Counsel. In this role, Lee will oversee a wide range of legal matters for over 1,200 restaurants nationwide. An accomplished trial lawyer that spent more than a decade litigating bet-the-company cases, Lee’s experience will aid in the future growth of the company and its expanding portfolio.

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Onit Promotes Existing CTO to Chief Operating Officer, Adds Chris Fields to Executive Team

Onit, Inc. announced that it appointed Chris Fields as Chief Technology Officer. Co-founder Eric Smith previously held this role and will now transition to the role of Chief Operating Officer and Chief Security Officer. This new addition adds another industry veteran from the legal technology space to the company’s executive management team.

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Wilson Sonsini Welcomes Katharine Ku

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, the premier provider of legal services to technology, life sciences, and growth enterprises worldwide, announced today that Katharine "Kathy" Ku has joined the firm as chief licensing advisor in the Palo Alto office.

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Weil Releases "Letters to My Younger Self" in Celebration of Women's History Month

In celebration of Women’s History Month, three accomplished Weil alumnae leaders — Danielle Do, Sharlyn Heslam and Brandy Treadway — reflect on their careers and share pieces of advice that might have guided their "younger selves" earlier in their professional and personal lives.

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