WongPartnership is the latest firm to adopt Thomson Reuters’ document automation service Contract Express. The firm has adopted the technology in its Singapore office. Contract Express is intended to allow lawyers
Singapore firm WongPartnership has forged a strategic alliance with Al Aidarous International Legal Practice, a United Arab Emirates-based firm with offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Together the firms plan to bolster
Singapore firm WongPartnership has entered into a formal alliance with Malaysian law firm Foong & Partners, with the aim of capitalising on the growing number of cross-border investment opportunities between Singapore
King & Wood Mallesons - the firm born of a recent merger between Australian and Chinese firms - is going against expectations by looking past the US and UK in its expansion strategy in favour of a focus on Canada, Russia
Clifford Chance has hired the head of capital markets from its former joint-venture firm in Singapore - WongPartnership. Raymond Tong has worked closely with lawyers from Clifford Chance during the nine year alliance
Singapore firm WongPartnership and Australian firm Freehills have advised on the first major private equity deal in Australia since 2007: a US$1.54 billion takeover battle. The two firms won a competitive bidding
Khazanah outbids Fortis in race for Parkway Holdings: Singapore law firms Allen & Gledhill, WongPartnership, Stamford Law and Rajah & Tann advise
Malaysian Sovereign wealth fund Khazanah outbid Fortis Healthcare to acquire Parkway Holdings, Southeast Asia's largest hospital chain, for around $2.6 billion. The winning bid by subsidiary Integrated Healthcare
WongPartnership has hired Simon Tay as a senior consultant to its environmental and green economy and regional corporate/M&A practices. Tay is the current chairman of the Singapore Institute of International Affairs.
Clifford Chance has appointed Nish Shetty in its Singapore office, in a move to strengthen ist new Southeast Asian dispute resolution practice. Shetty was a partner in Clifford Chance's former Singapore partner firm
Clifford Chance and Singaporean firm WongPartnership have announced the termination of their joint venture arrangement, as Singapore opens up its legal market for to foreign firms.