Holland & Knight LLP has opened a law office in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Holland & Knight, which has represented clients in the region on a wide variety of business matters and investments for a number of
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Clifford Chance’s new office in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, opened with three partners and eight associates. Its Dubai-based banking & finance partner Richard Ernest will head the office,
DLA Piper’s Abu Dhabi office in Al Bateen will see the addition of its fifth partner Duncan Pickering who will relocate to the firms second office in the United Arab Emirates from London in September.
Dubai-based banking and finance partner Richard Ernest will lead the office, accompanied by real estate partner Peter Deegan, who will relocate from Warsaw, and capital markets partner Chris Walsh, who will relocate from
Hogan & Hartson is to launch in Abu Dhabi next month - the firm’s first-ever office in the Middle East. The Washington DC-headquartered firm will be sending Ray Batla, a partner in the London office, out to the United
U.K. law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer will open in Abu Dhabi now that its application has been fast-tracked. The law firm already has offices in Dubai and Bahrain.
After more than a month of discussions about a merger that would have created the world's largest airline, U.S. Airways and UAL Corporation, the parent of United Airlines, have called off further talks. According to
Newcastle United chairman and Freshfields corporate partner, Chris Mort, has become a star of home-made video website, YouTube. He was filmed last weekend on stage at the Blu Bambu nightclub in Newcastle, leading the
DLA Piper is to formally launch in Abu Dhabi later this month, with projects and finance partner Stephen Webb -- currently based at the firm's Dubai office -- appointed office managing partner. The launch comes as
The United Nations and Allen & Overy have emerged as the most popular employers among students who are interested in a career in the law. Market research company Trendence interviewed 1,500 students for The Graduate