Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer first revealed its plans to relaunch in Singapore some months ago. But the firm has now leased a 8,000 sqft office in Singapore, suggesting the reopening is both imminent and serious.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, the only magic circle firm currently without a Singapore base, has signed a lease with Ocean Financial Centre, a newly-completed office building in the heart of Singapore’s CBD Raffles Place.
Aside from my current position as a partner at Lee & Ko, I experienced two expatriate tours at Samsung Electronics in Seoul, Korea. From 2004-2008, I worked at Samsung as a senior IP litigation counsel and I returned to Samsung from 2009-2011 as assistant general counsel of IP.
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