Offshore firm Carey Olson has opened its second Asia base in Hong Kong, following its first office opening in the region last year in Singapore. The Singapore office is led by Carey Olson partner Linda Lee, who was
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Nixon Peabody has named two new managing partners at its Hong Kong outpost, Nixon Peabody CWL. Matthew Lam and Joanne Wu will helm the firm, which was createdUS-based law firm
Japan’s largest law firm, Nishimura & Asahi, is launching a presence in Indonesia with the formation of a strategic alliance with local firm Rosetini & Partners. Rosetini & Partners has advised Japanese companies
Two leading Kenyan law firms have concluded a deal to merge and create a regional powerhouse, so long as they gain the necessary regulatory approvals. Hamilton Harrison & Mathews Advocates and Oraro & Company
Herbert Smith Freehills has announced the appointment of Hong Kong-based Julian Copeman as Greater China Managing Partner. Julian succeeds Justin D'Agostino, who left
Herbert Smith Freehills has appointed a new head of the global dispute resolution practice, tapping Hong Kong based partner Justin D’Agostino for the role.
Singhania & Partners is set to merge with Mumbai’s Rajani & Partners, forming a combined firm of 100 lawyers and 20 partners. The new firm willDelhi-based firm
J Sagar Associates’ Mumbai office. Salelkar will head IC Legal’s litigation and dispute resolutionIC Legal has hired its sixth partner, taking on Shiraj Salelkar from
Sidley Austin has plans for fast growth in its Singapore office, with plans to move from a 4,800-square-foot office space to a space with more than 12,000 square feet, and having hired four partners in recent
CMS Cameron McKenna has doubled the size of its bonus pool, expanding it from 2.5 per cent of revenue to 5 per cent, following reform of the firm’s partnership model.
Slaughter and May has promoted two London lawyers to the partnership, bringing the London partnership to 106 lawyers, and the global partnership to 117. TheMagic Circle firm
A new survey shows poor recruitment prospects for transaction and finance lawyers working in Australia’s two biggest cities - Sydney and Melbourne. The report - a quarterly offering from recruitment firm Hays Legal