Boeing Lawyer Michael Luttig, a Top Adviser on MAX Crisis, to Retire
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December 27, 2019 - by JOSEPH WOELFEL for thestreet.com
Michael Luttig, who began serving as the aerospace giant's general counsel in 2006, plans to retire next week, just days after CEO Dennis Muilenburg was ousted.
Since May, Luttig has been advising Boeing's board and handling the company's legal efforts related to the crashes of two 737 MAX jets that killed 346 people. The MAX has been grounded since mid-March.
Luttig was a close adviser to Muilenburg, who resigned Dec. 23.
"Judge Luttig is one of the finest legal minds in the nation and he has expertly and tirelessly guided our company as general counsel, counselor, and senior advisor," said interim Boeing President and CEO Greg Smith...
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