EVP, Business Development and General Counsel, Lear Corporation
Larkin, a longtime Detroit lawyer, joined Lear Corporation - a Southfield, Michigan-based company that is the world's largest automotive interior systems supplier - in January 2008. He is responsible for Lear's legal and regulatory matters, both in the United States and around the world. Larkin also oversees Lear's global real estate, internal audit, environmental, health and safety, and compliance functions. He helped guide the company through its well-publicized bankruptcy, from which it emerged in November 2009, just four months after it sought protection from its creditors under Chapter 11 of the federal bankruptcy code. Lear emerged with a healthier balance sheet, less debt and a backlog of new business. Prior to joining Lear, Larkin for 28 years worked at Bodman LLP, a Detroit law firm. His practice was focused on general corporate law, commercial transactions and mergers and acquisitions.
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