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New group: Foreign law firms in India

Jul 18, 2009 After a Bombay High Court ruling in 1995, foreign law firms were barred from practicing in India. Under the newly enacted Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008, foreign firms are now permitted to register and offer…

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Norton Rose merges with Australia's Deacons

Jun 23, 2009 International legal firm Norton Rose today announced that it will it will join forces with Deacons Australia. The decision follows the completion of successful votes by the respective partnerships on 22 June 2009. The…

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Foreign law firms challenge locals in Singapore

Jun 23, 2009 Six foreign law firms granted licences to practise Singapore law - Clifford Chance, Allen & Overy, White & Case, Herbert Smith, Norton Rose and Latham & Watkins - have started operations in Singapore, entering the…

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Norton Rose announces new partners

Apr 30, 2009 UK firm Norton Rose has indicated that it has elected 12 lawyers to the firm's partnership for 2009. Four of the 12 are based in the firm's London office. The partnership election total has declined from 2008, when 16…

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City law firms gear up for painful year ahead

Jan 3, 2009 After enjoying several record-breaking years, City law firms like Clifford Chance, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Lovells, DLA Piper face a fall in revenue and profits as well as the ugly prospect of mass redundancies,…

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Singapore issues foreign law firm licences

Dec 5, 2008 Under a new scheme to allow foreign law practices to practise in Singapore, the government will be issuing Qualifying Foreign Law Practice (QFLP) licences to six international firms. These include Allen & Overy, Clifford…

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