David Teo has been hired by Sabara Law, a law practice operated by Deloitte in Singapore. He joins from Donaldson & Burkinshaw, a local firm in Singapore. Teo is a corporate lawyer who specializes in commercial law
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Allen & Gledhill, a member of Singapore’s Big Four law firms, has announced the launch of a new consulting arm, which will be called Allen & Gledhill Regulatory & Compliance
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
Gall promoted Evelyn Chan and Nick Dealy to the firm’s partnershipSeveral firms have recently announced hiring activity and leadership appointments across the Asia-Pacific region.
Suresh Nair has left his position as a partner at Advocatus Law, and is slated to launch a new boutique firm in Singapore. The firm, which will operate as Nair & Co, will focus on disputes and insolvency matters.
Allen & Gledhill has launched a base in Myanmar, setting up an associate firm - Allen & Gledhill (Myanmar) - in Yangon under the leadership of arbitrationSingapore firm
Allen & Gledhill was the big winner at the ALB SE Asia Law Awards 2012, an industry event to recognised excellence in the South East Asia region. AllenSingapore law firm
Singapore has passed legislation to foreign law firms to own a stake in local legal practices or share in their profits, and has relaxed the rules for admission of experienced foreign trial lawyers to practice. The
Clayton Utz, Freehills and Allen & Gledhill on proposed merger of Australian and Singapore Exchanges
The proposed merger between the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and the Singapore Exchange (SGX) has attracted much interest from the legal and financial community. Under the terms of the proposed deal, ASX
The legal marketplace has not been spared the advent of globalisation - a strategic alliance between the largest law firms in Singapore and Malaysia takes effect next year. Singapore's Allen and Gledhill and