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KWM’s hire marks a bounce back to private practice for Toronto, who joined NBA China in 2009 and was previously managing partner of Morrison & Foerster’s Beijing office for nine years. In fact, it was whilst at MoFo that Toronto made his first contact with KWM through his work on the Beijing Olympic Games. A jock of all trades indeed.
Now for the piña coladas.
Also in today’s issue, click here to view a webinar from HP Autonomy on meeting the challenges posed by regulators, Iken advises on how best to manage an in-house legal team flexible working arrangements, and read all about Control Risks’ sponsored peer panel which considers the impact of the Jackson reforms on civil litigation.
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Newly-merged book publishing company Penguin Random House has appointed Penguin Books’ HR and legal director Helena Peacock to the new role of group legal director in the UK