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
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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