DLA Piper has hired corporate partner Roland Maass from Latham & Watkins in Frankfurt as well as corporate partner Yang Ge from Shearman & Sterling in Beijing. Maass joined Latham in 2006 at the onset of his career.
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DLA Piper has hired a team of eight lawyers from Baker McKenzie in Antwerp. The team is led by finance and insurance partner Pierre Berger. Berger has been with Bakers since the start of his legal career in 2001. His
DLA Piper has hired litigator Levi Heath from Barnes & Thornburg in Los Angeles. Heath joined Barnes as a partner in 2011. Prior to that he held positions at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld and Pfeiffer Thigpen
DLA Piper has hired Manchester partner Andy Phillips from Eversheds Sutherland, where he served as the North West private equity head. Phillips joined Eversheds from Pinsent Masons as its corporate head in Manchester.
DLA Piper has recruited infrastructure stalwart Martin Nelson-Jones from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London, a rare corporate hire for the firm. Nelson-Jones joined Freshfields in 1991, making partner ten years
Ashurst has made two hires in Paris and Brisbane each: a corporate pair in Paris and a projects pair in Brisbane. The additions to the firm’s corporate team in Paris are partners Noam Ankri and Vincent Trevisani.
Ashurst has hired Baker McKenzie’s global head of securitization Jonathan Walsh in London, just a month after hiring securitization partner Thomas Picton from Clifford Chance. Walsh joined Bakers from Norton Rose in
Paul Hastings has hired M&A star Roger Barron from Linklaters, just a week after the hire of private equity rainmaker Anu Balasubramanian from DLA Piper. Having joined Linklaters at the start of his career in 1991,
Paul Hastings has recruited private equity rainmaker Anu Balasubramanian from DLA Piper. She will lead the firm’s London private equity practice. Balasubramanian worked at Kirkland & Ellis from 2006 to 2013, when
DLA Piper has made the official announcement of its Dublin launch, confirming expectations that have been circulating as other firms also set up offices in the city in preparation for Brexit. The first partner hired