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Paul, Hastings has given its Hong Kong office a boost with the hire of Steve Winegar, a former Goldman Sachs managing director, as a partner in its Hong Kong office.US law firm
Lovells has promoted 21 lawyers to the partnership in the annual promotions round – an increase from the 19 that were appointed in 2009’s round, but down from the 31 promotions in 2007. There were ten promotions
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has announced the results of this year’s promotions round, making up 18 new partners. The round saw four more promotions than last
Eversheds will be launching an office in Hong Kong after hiring Heller Ehrman head of Asia Nick Seddon.
Walkers has added four new members to its Asian market team to service the increase in work that the firm has seen from the region. Everton RobertsonCayman Islands based law firm
Proskauer Rose has secured its long-awaited Asia launch after hiring a two-partner team in Beijing from Heller Ehrman, including chief representative partner Joseph Cha. The departing office head is joined by partner
Ashurst is to launch its first-ever office in China and has picked current senior partner Geoffrey Green to spearhead the initiative. The silver circle firm is planning to open an office in Hong Kong at the beginning of
O’Melveny & Myers has bolstered its restructuring and insolvency capabilities with the hire of White & Case partner Mark Fairbairn for the firm’s Hong Kong office, Legalweek reports. Fairbairn will join the US
Former O’Melveny and Myers’ Asia head of M&A practice Gregory Puff has rejoined global law firm Shearman & Sterling’s Hong Kong office as a partner. Puff was an associate in Shearman & Sterling from 1993 to
To boost the support for Asian clients who are increasingly investing in the Middle East and Middle Eastern clients who are looking to do business in Asia, Simmons & Simmons has brought onboard dispute resolution expert
Global law firms are scrambling to strengthen their pan-Asian competition practices. Law firms expect a sharp rise in requests from multi-national corporations eager to navigate the region's evolving antitrust landscape,
Sidley Austin has announced a bumper crop of 34 new partners, three of these - Jason Tzu-cheng Kuo, Scott Dennis Peterman, and Chen Yang - are Asia based. The bulk of the new promotions were in the US, with 11 in Chicago
The international law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP has been strengthened with the hire of Sidharth Bhasin a leading India specialist. He joins as counsel, based at the firm?s Hong Kong office. Sidharth Bhasin joins
New York-based firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges has announced the promotion of Kevin Ban and Anthony Wang, both in the firm's Shanghai office, to partnership. Stephenson Harwood has two new Asia-based partners as well.