The Lawyer Asia
China’s largest firm by headcount Dacheng has elected a new management team following an election process that began in February
There are many ways to boost a firm’s presence in Asia, be it by lateral hires, relocations or internal promotions. While there is a clear sign that some firms are making strong lateral hires, with Latham & Watkins’ hire of Vinson & Elkins’ former China co-head David Blumental among the most recent high-profile moves, the internal ...
Back in September 2013, The Lawyer has predicted that there would be a new wave of domestic consolidation among Chinese firms resulting in the emergence of a new look ‘red circle’
PricewaterhouseCooper’s legal arm, PwC Legal, has set out ambitions to become a global top-20 legal services player within the next five years, putting growth in Asia at the top of the expansion tree
Last September, China’s largest and most cosmopolitan city, Shanghai, launched an ambitious new free trade zone
Australian firm HWL Ebsworth continues its growth spree with the acquisition of South Australian firm Kelly & Co.
Herbert Smith Freehills has shaken up its corporate leadership, appointing Melbourne-based Mike Ferraro as sole global corporate head.
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Commitment to Asia as senior partner relocates to Singapore on a permanent basis
In China the proposed merger of Jun He and Zhong Lun is being described as a deal that “has never been done before”.