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WongPartnership in Singapore. Tan joins Oon & Bazul as a partner, and focuses on cross-border restructuring, insolvency, fraudOon & Bazul has hired Tan Mei Yen from
WongPartnership is the latest firm to adopt Thomson Reuters’ document automation service Contract Express. The firm has adopted the technology in its Singapore
Morgan Lewis & Bockius has announced that its Singapore managing partner, Suet-Fern Lee, has stepped down from the position following a dispute among the siblings of
WongPartnership has forged a strategic alliance with Al Aidarous International Legal Practice, a United Arab Emirates-based firm with offices in Dubai and AbuSingapore firm
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
Merger negotiations between King & Wood Mallesons and Singaporean firm WongPartnership have failed just days before the firms were scheduled to announce their merger plans to the public. King & Wood Mallesons had
Clifford Chance is one of only six foreign law firms to have been granted Qualifying Foreign Law Practice licences by the Singapore government, and has consolidated its position
King & Wood Mallesons - the firm born of a recent merger between Australian and Chinese firms - is going against expectations by looking past the US and UK in its
Clifford Chance and Singaporean firm WongPartnership have announced the termination of their joint venture arrangement, as Singapore opens up its legal market for to foreign firms.
Clifford Chance and Singaporean firm WongPartnership have terminated their joint venture arrangement, as the local firm has expanded aggressively in Asia...
Singapore firm WongPartnership has announced that it has secured a licence to open a new office in Abu Dhabi. It is intended that the new office will become the centre of the firm's Middle East operations. The firm also