Linklaters launches coding club pilot program

Sep 21, 2018 After asking its lawyers to submit tips on how the firm can become more innovative, Linklaters has announced the launch of a coding club. The pilot program will seek to solve problems using innovative solutions. The idea was pitched through Ideas Pathway, a platform offered by Hype Enterprise, and facilitates the sharing of innovative ideas among firms. According to Rachel Masner, global head of knowledge and learning at Linklaters, the program will allow lawyers to help the firm develop new ideas. Comments and more »

Zain & Co joins Dentons global network

Sep 19, 2018 Zain & Co, a Malaysian firm, has joined Dentons’ global network, becoming the second country in the ASEAN region to join the network this year. Indonesian firm Hanafiah Ponggawa & Partners joined Dentons’ global…

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Daniel Lindsey joins Goodwin Procter in Hong Kong

Sep 19, 2018 Private equity specialist Daniel Lindsey has been hired by Goodwin Procter in Hong Kong. He joins the firm from Kirkland & Ellis, where he has been since early 2016 after leaving Linklaters after nearly 10…

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Link Legal hires Anuj Trivedi in New Delhi

Sep 18, 2018 Link Legal has announced the hire of Anuj Trivedi, who joins the Indian firm as a partner. He will work in the firm’s corporate practice, and specializes in corporate commercial law matters such as private equity,…

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Rosenblatt reveals financial results

Sep 18, 2018 Rosenblatt has revealed its latest financial details following its recent initial public offering (IPO). The firm’s IPO went live four months ago, and CEO Nicola Foulston reported that the company has had a good start…

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