Northrop Grumman Names Simmerman as VP

Thursday, April 13, 2006
Northrop Grumman Corporation has appointed George M. Simmerman, Jr. as vice president, assistant general counsel and sector counsel, effective immediately. He will report to W. Burks Terry, corporate vice president and general counsel. In this role, Simmerman will be responsible for all legal advice to the Ship Systems sector. Simmerman joined the company in 1991 as division counsel at Ingalls Shipbuilding, now a part of Northrop Grumman Ship Systems sector. He has held positions of increasing responsibility at the sector, most recently for delivery of all legal services to its operations in Pascagoula, MS. He has served as president, vice president and treasurer of the Jackson County Bar Association, as a director of the Mississippi Bar's Young Lawyer Section and as the Mississippi Chair of the ABA Section on Public Contract Law.
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