CMS opening a Tehran branch shortly after the US lifted its longstandingKazakhstan-based law firm Colibri has become the second international law firm to open its doors in Iran, following
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Holman Fenwick Willan - Richard Crump - has relocated permanently to Singapore as part of the firm’s plan to grow its AsiaOne of the three senior partners at
Greenberg Traurig has scored a high value hire for its Government Law & Policy and Financial Regulatory & Compliance practices in New York, with the hire of counsel William
King & Spalding has launched a trade and customs practice in London following the hire of Bird & Bird practice group head Iain MacVay. MacVay has more twenty years' experience of international and EU law, focussing on
Winston & Strawn is set to launch its fourth Western European office in Brussels. The firm plans to open the doors to its Brussels base in June, and will initially be headed
Ince & Co has launched an office in Beijing - its third Chinese office alongside bases in Shaghai and Hong Kong. The new office will be headed by litigationLondon-based maritime firm
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has urged India to work faster to open markets as part of the developing trade and political relationship between the US and India. The entry of foreign lawyers into the Indian legal
British Prime Minister David Cameron visits India this week to explore a range of trade deals, including opening up the Indian legal sector. The proposal has met with stiff resistance from the Indian legal fraternity.
Turkey and India have agreed to sign a free-trade agreement to boost mutual investments, State Minister Mehmet Aydın said after a Turkish-Indian Business Council Meeting in Ankara on Tuesday. Turkey is seeking a
Whole Foods' battle against the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is finally over. In 2007 the FTC lawyers tried to prevent the merger of Whole Foods and Wild Oats by filing suit in the U.S. District Court for the District
Linklaters has recruited Federal Trade Commission (FTC) bureau of competition director Jeff Schmidt for its New York office. Schmidt, whose name has been linked with Linklaters for around six months, is set to join the
SWANSEA’S Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law had a packed turnout for its event at Lloyd’s on the proposed reforms to the Marine Insurance Act, which certainly resulted in a lively debate and not a
A former Chinese-American engineer at Boeing was arrested Monday for allegedly stealing corporate trade secrets related to the Space Shuttle and other aerospace programs and turning them over to China. Dongfan "Greg"
WASHINGTON -(Dow Jones)- The state of Maine got little sympathy from the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday in its attempt to revive a law that restricts the shipment of tobacco products in the state. Several justices said