Clyde & Co has announced the launch of a new office in Hamburg. The firm recently made a four-partner team hire, nabbing some department heads from insurance and shipping competitor
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Clyde & Co will open its first office in Mexico following a merger with local firm Garza Tello & Asociados. The deal, which is awaiting approval from the Foreign National Investment
Cuatrecasas has launched operations in Colombia through an association with local firm Posse Herrera Ruiz. The association will operate through a new company called Posse Herrera
Cuatrecasas, an Iberian firm that's currently pushing global expansion, is set to open a Beijing office pending regulatory approval. Cuatrecasas' further expansion into the Asian
Mayer Brown is making plans to open an office in Mexico City. The firm will seek approval from Mexico to open the office after hiring energy lawyer Francisco Mendez from ExxonMobil.
DLA Piper will expand its branch in Mexico City through a merger with firm Gallastegui y Lozano (GyL). The DLA Mexico City office was opened in February 2012 after hiring the entire
Baker & McKenzie has promoted 65 lawyers and other professionals to partnership rank across its global network of 32 offices. This promotions round is down slightly from last year’s figures, when 71 partners were made
White & Case has promoted 18 lawyers worldwide to its partnership in the 2014 promotions round, across eight of the firm’s global practice groups. This year’s numbers are down
Chadbourne & Parke has bolstered its Mexico City office with the hire of prominent energy partner Jose Antonio Prado Carranza and employment law counsel Leslie Maribel Palma.
Chadbourne & Parke has boosted its Latin America group with the hire of leading banking and finance lawyer Margarita Oliva Sainz de Aja, who was formerly a Senior Counsel at
White & Case has made up 28 lawyers to the partnership in its global promotions round. Five promotions were made in London: Charles Balmain in the global commercialUS firm
DLA Piper is theLarge international law firms are setting their sights on Mexico, as the country’s growing economy precipitates both inbound and outbound investment streams.