Dechert has brought on two new partners, having hired Carol Widger, who joins the firm’s Dublin office and Marianna Tothova, who will be based in both Luxembourg and London. Widger joins Dechert from Maples &
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A three-member team from Dechert has exited the firm to join EY member firm LC Lawyers in Hong Kong. The team is led by Kareena Teh, who previously held a position as senior partner at Dechert’s Hong Kong office.
Addleshaw Goddard has hired Lance Jiang, who joins from Great Wall AMC International Holdings, a distressed-debt company in China. He served as co-head of legal while at the company. Jiang will join Addleshaw’s Hong
Miriam Gonzalez, co-chair of trade at Dechert, has announced that she will be leaving the firm. She will be moving to California with her husband, Nick Clegg, who will be taking on a role in Menlo Park as head of global
A five-lawyer team from Mayer Brown’s Paris office has left the firm to join Dechert. The real estate and finance team’s move will be overseen by partner Privat Vignand, who has worked at Mayer Brown since 2002.
Dechert has hired M&A and private equity partner Robert Darwin from Hogan Lovells in London. The hire is seen as a move on the Philadelphia-based firm’s part to strengthen its corporate life sciences group. Prior
After two months of gradual departures, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan has lost a 29-strong product liability team to Dechert. The group hire began at the end of May, when Quinn product liability co-chairs Mark
Dechert has recruited real estate lawyers Stephen Kelly and Sarah Mahood from King & Spalding in Dubai. Mahood, a counsel at King & Spalding, joins the US firm as a national partner. King & Spalding partner Kelly is
Chinese firm AnJie Law Firm has opened an office in Hong Kong by tying up with local firm Hwang Hauzen. AnJie is a Beijing headquartered firm with about 200 lawyers in Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen. Its practice
Ropes & Gray has hired Carol Van Der Vorst as a finance partner from Goldman Sachs, where she worked as the loan negotiation group’s managing director. Van Der Vorst will join the firm’s London office, bringing