Shearman & Sterling LLP

Hong Kong Office

12/F, Gloucester Tower
The Landmark
15 Queen's Road Central

Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR China

Tel +852 2978 8000
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Latest News

    Brussels antitrust partner exits Shearman

    October 12, 2016 Trevor Soames has resigned from his position as antitrust partner at Shearman & Sterling's Brussels office after joining the firm in 2011. He is reported to be in talks with Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan. Quinn…

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    Priestly resigns as Shearman London tax head

    October 8, 2016 Sarah Priestly has resigned from her position as Shearman & Sterling's London tax head, just a week after Mark Soundy resigned as global equity head at the firm. Prior to joining Shearman in 2013, she worked at Weil…

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    Shearman PE head announces departure

    October 5, 2016 Mark Soundy will be departing from US firm Shearman & Sterling after joining in 2013. He served as the firm’s head of global private equity. Soundy was based in Shearman’s London office, and focused on UK and…

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    Shearman & Sterling bank account holds stolen cash

    July 27, 2016 Shearman & Sterling has a legal headache of its own, as it has been named in civil filings in the United States District Court in Los Angeles for holding millions of dollars in stolen funds in an Interest on Lawyer…

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    Shearman & Sterling co-head leaves firm

    July 11, 2016 Shearman & Sterling's co-head of private equity is leaving his position to join McDermott Will & Emery in New York. Jeremy Dickens joins the firm as a partner in its New York office. Dickens has amassed close to three…

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    Shearman & Sterling raises salaries by 7k pounds

    May 27, 2016 Shearman & Sterling has raised salaries for newly qualified lawyers by 7000 pounds to 95,000. More experienced lawyers will earn an extra 12,000 pounds. The salary increases went into effect on May 1. Shearman &…

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    Nokia names four firms to legal panel

    May 9, 2016 Nokia has named four firms to its newly created global legal panel. Shearman & Sterling, Reed Smith, Dentons, and Eversheds will advise the firm going forward, with 450 lawyers and 50 million pounds dedicated towards the…

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