King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) registered a limited liability partnership called ‘KWM Deutschland’ on December 12. The spinoff willAccording to Companies House records,
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King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) has announced to its staff that the firm anticipates moving into administration on 16 January. The EuropeanThe struggling European division of
King & Wood Mallesons’ failed bailout deal to salvage its EUME arm, partners and staff alike are in a state of uncertainty about the firm’s future.In the wake of
King & Wood Mallesons’ Europe arm has failed, according to a firm spokesperson. The Chinese and Australian arms were prepared to put forthA proposed bailout plan for
King & Wood Mallesons has confirmed that the proposed Europe and Middle East bailout deal will involve guaranteed minimum earnings to equity partners, as well as a request
King & Wood Mallesons has set forth its terms for a potential bailout package designed to aid the firm’s struggling European division. The termsThe Asian division of
Ashurst has scored a victory for the creditors of Dubai real estate company Nakheel with the news that they will be paid off through a bailout from the Abu Dhabi government, reports
The AIG is suing the U.S. over a disputed $306 million in taxes, interest and penalties, despite the government has decided to inject the troubled insurer with an extra $30 billion.
The American International Group (AIG) lost a record sum of $99 billion in 2008. To save the US insurance giant, the Treasury Department yesterday agreed to another $30 billion government bailout. Davis Polk &
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Slaughter and May and Linklaters have secured advisory roles as the UK Government unveils a second package of measures to bail out the banking system. Slaughter and May advises the
Law firms that used to handle dozens of M&A transactions may be doing poorly, but the bailout is a bonanza for others, such as Sullivan & Cromwell. H. Rodgin Cohen, chairman of New York's Sullivan & Cromwell, is
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer advised the German Government on the set-up of a €500bn rescue fund, established earlier this week. The magic circle firm’s team was led by Frankfurt-based corporate and finance partner
The Treasury Department has released its contract with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett. The firm will make $300,000 over the next six months for its work as Treasury's lead adviser in the bailout...
Allen & Overy, Slaughter and May and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer are among the top City firms winning roles on the UK Government’s £37bn bailout of three of the country’s biggest banks...