Today Burson-Marsteller announced the promotion of Michael Law from U.S. president to U.S. CEO, effective September 1st.
Law succeeds political veteran Dave DenHerder, who became CEO in 2012. DenHerder will stay with B-M and parent company WPP in various advisory roles moving forward.
Law first joined the firm in February 2013 to serve as U.S. president, working closely with DenHerder on client service, business development and talent acquisition. He will expand on those responsibilities as CEO.
Prior to joining Burson-Marsteller, Law spent more than 20 years with Ogilvy, serving various roles in the U.S. and Asia-Pacific regions; during his career he has worked with clients ranging from Ford and Coors to American Chemistry Council. Law worked at the U.S. Department of Justice before joining the agency world.
The new U.S. CEO will report to Donald A. Baer, Worldwide Chair and CEO.
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