Six partners and 14 associates are set to relocate to Allen & Overy’s Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Riyadh offices in a move to boost the firm's Middle East banking, corporate, real estate and capital markets offerings.
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Simmons & Simmons has strengthened its Middle East practice by adding former Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer counsel Eric Milne as a partner in Dubai. Milne will head Simmons’ banking and finance team in the region.
Latham & Watkins has secured a major boost in Dubai, as the firm’s Middle East drive gets underway in earnest, with the hire of a magic circle partner Tim Ross.
Linklaters’ expansion drive in the Middle East is set to continue with the transfer of two London-based partners – banking partner James Martin and capital markets partner Richard O’Callaghan – to the Dubai
Denton Wilde Sapte is ramping up its Middle Eastern presence by sending Dispute resolution lawyer Paul Stothard, a newly-promoted London partner, to Dubai.
Linklaters has advised borrowers on the US$225m Saigon Premier Container Terminal port project in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s first port built by foreign investment and a 20/80 joint venture by a state-owned Company
New York firm Curtis Mallet-Prevost Colt & Mosle has revamped its management team ahead of its expansion into the Middle East. Curtis, which has been in the Middle East since 1997 via an office in Muscat, expects that
Clifford Chance has highlighted the Middle East’s importance to the firm’s bottom line by relocating a funds team to the region. Partner Nigel Clark, who was made up this year, will relocate to Dubai in October
Linklaters has overhauled its Middle East leadership team bringing in Milan co-managing partner Sarosh Mewawalla as Dubai managing partner and finance practice head. Mewawalla's appointment, which comes into force
Latham & Watkins is reshuffling its corporate team with the head of its London corporate group, Bryant Edwards, moving to the Middle East. M&A partner Charles Fuller is will also be relocating to Dubai later in the year.
King & Spalding, a leading international law firm, announced today the establishment of an office in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. With a total of 19 lawyers in its offices in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's finance partners Bob Charlton and Charles July, and corporate partner Ian Poynton, have recently relocated to the region. To date the firm has moved, and will continue to move, partners
Clyde & Co. currently employs over 100 lawyers and paralegals in offices in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Doha making it the largest international law firm in the GCC. The firm announced key internal and lateral partner
Herbert Smith, a London-based law firm with over 1,200 lawyers in branches world-wide, has established a formal and exclusive association in Saudi Arabia with the Al Ghazzawi Professional Association (GPA), one of the
More than 160 years after the discovery of a few gold nuggets turned San Francisco into a boomtown, a different type of gold rush is underway 13,000 miles east in the Persian Gulf. It is turning Dubai — until a