Robb Voyles faced a mountain of legal issues when he became Halliburton's GC in 2014. There was a securities class-action lawsuit seeking billions of dollars in damages, an SEC investigation into alleged misconduct at its operations in Nigeria, a nine-figure tax dispute with its former KBR subsidiary and scores of lawsuits with billions of dollars at stake related to the deadly Deepwater Horizon explosion. Voyles successfully disposed of all of those risks to Halliburton's balance sheet during a time when the industry faced significant financial pressures.
The Texas Lawbook has an in-depth profile of Voyles . . .
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