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Linklaters, who all began with the firm in London but quickly based themselves in Asia, are set to retire. In Hong Kong, capital markets partner Jeremy WebbThree longtime partners of
Butler Snow, a US firm, is opening its doors in Singapore, its first presence in Asia. The office is led by private client and wealth management partner Kurt Rademacher. The firm plans to make Singapore a regional office
Olswang has entered into two separate, non-exclusive associations to expand its reach into Asia. The firm has made agreements with Singapore firm Holborn and Hong Kong firm Haldanes.
Herbert Smith Freehills has created a formal law alliance with Singapore firm Prolegis, its "best friend" firm in the city-state. Two years ago, HSF opted out of its
The Singapore Ministry of Law has created an authority to regulate various aspects of the legal industry. the new body is known as the Legal Services Regulatory Authority (LSRA) and will oversee all licensing matters
Berwin Leighton Paisner has lost two of its partners in Singapore, including office managing partner Alistair Duffield. Finance partner Tahirah Ara is also parting
Allen & Overy partner Linda Lee has been hired by offhsore firm Carey Olsen to launch an office in Singapore. The firm recently acquired a license from the Attorney-General'sFormer