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    TSMP announces hires from Ince and Wikborg Rein

    January 18, 2019 TSMP Law Corporation, a Singapore firm, has made two new hires as the firm seeks to expand its capabilities throughout Asia. June Ho joins the firm from Wikborg Rein, a Norwegian firm. She specializes in banking and…

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    Deloitte brings on partner from A&O

    January 17, 2019 Deloitte has hired Michael Castle, a banking partner who joins the company from Allen & Overy. Castle will serve as Deloitte’s legal arm in the UK, and currently oversees the company’s technology-based legal…

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    QC silk round appoints 4 solicitors for 2018

    January 14, 2019 The latest round of Queen’s Counsel (QC) appointments includes four solicitor-advocates, a slight decrease compared to the 2017 round, in which five solicitors took silk. The 2018 solicitors include Dipen Sabharwal…

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    Milbank hires new Seoul head from Sidley

    January 10, 2019 Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy has announced the hire of David Gartside, who has been hired as a partner in the firm’s Seoul office. Gartside joins Milbank from Sidley Austin, where he worked in the firm’s…

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    A&O reveals Christmas bonus figures in New York

    December 6, 2018 Allen & Overy (A&O) has announced this year’s figures for Christmas bonuses at the firm’s New York office. Lawyers who have worked at the firm since 2010 and before will receive $100,000, while first-year…

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    Weil promotes three in London among 11 globally

    November 22, 2018 Weil Gotshal & Manges has announced its latest round of promotions, with 11 total promotions, including three in London. This year’s results represent the highest number of London partner promotions for the firm in the…

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    Macfarlanes reveals gender gap among partners

    November 5, 2018 Macfarlanes has revealed a pay disparity among the firm’s partners in its London office. The average gender gap is 55% among partners, while the gap widens to 73% when considering median income. As of the 2017/2018…

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