SNG & Partners has launched a new office in Singapore after being granted regulatory approval last month. The office will be led by associate partner Rahul Sud, who has relocated to Singapore. The Singapore office
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Two leading Kenyan law firms have concluded a deal to merge and create a regional powerhouse, so long as they gain the necessary regulatory approvals. Hamilton Harrison & Mathews Advocates and Oraro & Company
Mori Hamada & Matsumoto plans to launch an office in Yangon and another in Osaka this year. The Yangon office will be led by corporate and financeJapanese law firm
Herbert Smith Freehills has appointed a new head of the firm’s South Korean disputes practice, promoting and relocating James Doe from associate to partner, and from
Nishith Desai Associates is set to launch an office in Munich, relocating one lawyer to Germany to target in- and out-bound corporate work between Europe and India.
Hill Dickinson is set to launch a Hong Kong office in association with a local law firm, subject to approval by local regulatory authorities. The new office will be the
Herbert Smith Freehills has launched an office in Seoul, after receiving regulatory approval from Korea’s Ministry of Justice. The Seoul office will be led
Greenberg Traurig has launched an office in Seoul in South Korea, following regulatory approval for operation as a Foreign Legal ConsultantMiami-based law firm
Berwin Leighton Paisner is set to launch a presence in Beijing this May after receiving approval from Chinese authorities. The new office will focus on realUK firm
DLA Piper is set to launch a presence in South Korea office after the country’s Ministry of Justice granted the firm approval to practice international law. The Seoul office
Baker & McKenzie has joined the list of firms seeking entry into the Korean legal services market, lodging an application with the authorities to open an office in Seoul.
Herbert Smith Freehills is one step closer to its long awaited launch in Seoul, after London-based partner Tony Dymond received Foreign Legal Consultant (FLC) approval