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    Walkers recruits corporate partner from Maples in HK

    August 29, 2018 Offshore firm Walkers has hired corporate and finance partner James Gaden from Maples and Calder in Hong Kong. Gaden has over 15 years of experience working on cases in the financial services sector, especially on…

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    Hogan Lovells hires four partners in Sydney

    April 1, 2016 Hogan Lovells is expanding its its team in Sydney, after launching there last July with two partners. The firm has picked up four partners, whose practices range through corporate, restructuring and finance. Two…

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    DLA Piper hires litigation partner in Sydney

    March 6, 2015 DLA Piper has hired Rani John as partner into its litigation and regulatory practice in Sydney. Prior to joining DLA, John was partner at Gilbert + Tobin. She begins at DLA Piper on 16 March 2015. John practices…

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    DLA Piper bolsters leadership team

    November 12, 2013 DLA Piper has appointed new leadership for its Australia projects group and its Asia Pacific banking and finance practice. The firm promoted Melbourne partner John Gallagher from head of the Melbourne finance and…

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    Study ranks Australian law firms by gender profile

    November 18, 2012 A new study of Australian law firms has documented the gender profiles of 41 law firms. The data, published by the Women Lawyers’ Association of New South Wales, is intended to to assist female lawyers in making…

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    Australian lawyers head to Africa behind mining boom

    February 28, 2012 Australian lawyers are following their clients into the mining boom to Africa, supporting over 230 Austrlaian mining companies with a physical presence on the continent. The new data was released by Freehills as part…

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    3 Australian firms lead $1.6bn mining deal

    August 10, 2011 Three Australian law firms are leading the joint $1.6 billion offer by Rio TInto and Mitsubishi for 13.8 per cent of the shares in mining company Coal & Allied. The bidders already own 86.2 per cent of the company, and…

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