In recent days, Boeing’s senior personnel has changed and adjusted continuously. Following the dismissal of Boeing CEO Dennis Millenberg on the 23rd of this month, according tomedia reported on the 27th, the United States Boeing Co. announced on the 26th, in response to the 737 MAX plane crash senior counsel Michael Lutti will retire at the end of this year.
Lutic, 65, has been Boeing’s general counsel since 2006 and in May became legal counsel and senior adviser to Mr. Millenberg and Boeing’s board of directors, helping the company defend the lawsuits stemmed from the two crashes last October and March. Prior to joining Boeing, Luthi served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for 15 years and served in the White House under former President Ronald Reagan. He is reportedto “one of the highest paid general counsels of listed companies”.
In addition to Lutich and Milenberg, Boeing announced the retirement of chief engineer John Hamilton on April 4. Hamilton has previously played an important role in responding to the 737MAX crisis. Boeing has also left a number of senior executives in its communications and commercial aviation divisions in recent months.