Former prime minister of Malaysia Najib Razak is reported to be setting up relationships with a high-profile team of US lawyers as the scandal surrounding the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) heat up. Forfeiture
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Dentons has combined with seven law firms abroad, in Barbados, Cayman Islands, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, and Mauritius. In Kenya Dentons will beIn a bold global expansion move,
RHTLaw Taylor Wessing. This addition brings APG’s lawyerGrandall Law Firm has been added to ASEAN Plus Group (APG), an Asian legal network led by Singapore-based
Aquinas Law Alliance has hired Lim Tong Chuan from Tan Peng Chin . Aquinas will be the third Singapore law firm where Lim has held the title of dispute resolution head. Before his seven years at Tan Peng Chin, he held
Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) is preparing to launch in Kuala Lumpur in May, having recently received a qualified foreign law firm (QFLF) license from the Bar Council in
TMI Associates, headquartered in Tokyo and the fifth largest law firm in Japan overall, has forged an alliance with Malaysian firm Chooi & Company. The allianceJapanese firm
Trowers & Hamlins has had its application for a qualified foreign law firm (QFLF) license in Malaysia granted. The firm becomes the first to receive the license, after changes
Singapore headquartered firm Rajah & Tann is developing its network, bringing its eight regional and associated law firms in Southeast Asia under a single banner: Rajah & Tann Asia. The combined firm will provide
Singapore’s WongPartnership has entered into the Indonesian market with an alliance with Jakarta-based firm Makes & Partners, which specialises in M&A, capital markets, and restructuring and insolvency deals.
WongPartnership has entered into a formal alliance with Malaysian law firm Foong & Partners, with the aim of capitalising on the growing number of cross-borderSingapore firm
Malaysia looks set to introduce new legislation allowing international law firms to do business on a 'fly-in, fly-out' basis, allowing them to advise clients in the country without having local offices. The new
Bird & Bird has boosted its international aviation group in Singapore with the hire of Leo Fattorini, who leaves an in-house role at Virgin Atlantic to join the firm as a partner.