Ex-Corbett Chief of Staff Aichele Back at Saul Ewing
One thing Aichele said he will not do, however, is resume a management role at the firm.
"I don't want to sit in executive committee meetings worried about comp," he said. "Been there, done that."
However, to the extent that he can serve as a role model for younger attorneys at the firm, Aichele said he'd be happy to do that.
Aichele recalled that, when he was managing partner, he encouraged one partner to remain at the firm after he hit retirement age simply because he had such a positive attitude toward being a lawyer that it was beneficial for the younger attorneys to witness it.
"He was good just to have around the law firm to show younger lawyers that there was a future," Aichele said.
But Antzis said he anticipates Aichele will take an active role counseling clients not just in Philadelphia, but in Harrisburg and Pittsburgh as well.