The Lawyer Asia
With the new academic year comes a raft of moves and leadership shake-ups and so has been the case across firm’s Asia Pacific offices
Kirkland & Ellis and Hogan Lovells have announced a swap of two partners in their respective Hong Kong offices this week, with Hogan Lovells’ Neil McDonald hired by Kirkland and the latter’s Steven Tran headed in the opposite direction.
South Korea has seen an influx of international firms in the past two years, with the likes of Baker & McKenzie, DLA Piper, Paul Hastings and Squire Patton Boggs all keen to take advantage of the market’s liberalisation
It’s been a difficult few years in India, with political turmoil and the spectre of corruption crippling the country’s business sector. Against that backdrop even the country’s leading firms have had a tough time.With the election of a new prime minister earlier this year, however, the political paralysis has begun to ease and one firm ...
Accountancy giant PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has set its sights on the Australian and Asia Pacific legal markets with the launch of a local legal arm
DLA Piper’s co-head for its India group Biswajit Chatterjee is to join Squire Patton Boggs in a similar Singapore-based role alongside London partner Dharmendra Nair.
Berwin Leighton Paisner has hired former DLA Piper Asia Pacific head Bob Charlton as its new head of Asia and Hong Kong managing partner.
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Despite being a top recipient of foreign direct investment, South Korea’s business activity potential is not being realised. Do policymakers have the remedy?
After the first flush of enthusiasm, international firms are reassessing their position in Asia Pacific, while the locals go for growth