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FRENCH firm Salans Hertzfield & Heilbronn has taken on a university lecturer from Kazakhstan as a consultant to help develop its new office in the capital, Almaty.
Anatoly Didenko, head of the civil law department, will work with the firm's full-time lawyers, Karen Widess, a Russian-speaking Western corporate lawyer, and Aigoul Kenjebayeva, a Kazakh natural resources lawyer.
The firm's clients in the former Soviet Republic include foreign construction investors and UK food and drinks manufacturers.
The move comes as part of a shake-up of the firm's Eastern Europe and CIS offices, driven by expansion.
Charles Platto has been appointed partner and will head the firm's New York office.