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Cravath Partner Allen Parker Is Named Wells Fargo GC

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C. Allen Parker, a Cravath, Swaine & Moore partner in New York who has long represented big banks on corporate matters, was named Monday the next top lawyer for Wells Fargo & Co.

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  • Egress

    Parker is a class act, and likely is joining the bank to fix up their image, which has been tarnished by recent events. But why in the blazes would a nice fella who‘s a partner at probably the finest law firm in NYC want to get into this kind of dirty job at this stage of his career? He‘ll probably get a boatload of snatch, and I know SF is a lot nicer than NYC, but NYC has better restaurants and the social life is better in NYC.

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