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The trend of UK growth among US West Coast firms seems to be solidifying, with ever-increasing UK lateral hires and rises in revenue indicating that the firms are finding a foothold. Seven of The Lawyer’s US Top 50
Slaughter and May has recruited the city of Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission’s director of enforcement Wynne Mok. Mok will join the firm’s Hong Kong office
Morrison & Foerster is searching for new office space in London as the expiration of its current lease draws closer. According to the firm’s European managing partner
Ropes & Gray advised Bain Capital on the deal, with partnerIn one of Asia’s largest private equity deals ever, Toshiba has sold its semiconductor business for $18bn (£13.4bn).
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer partner who specializes inBaker McKenzie has brought on three new lawyers in the firm’s city office. Geoff O’Dea, a former
Linklaters. The firm brought on corporate partner Simon MengA number of firms have announced new hires in Asia recently, including a duo of partners hired in the Shanghai office of
Morrison & Foerster’s financial results for 2015 were positive globally and shined in its London office. The firm’s global revenues grew 1.1 percent to $979.3m while its