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Linklaters banking and restructuring partner Chris Howard is leaving the magic circle firm to join Sullivan & Cromwell’s London office.
Dacheng has become the first-choice legal services provider for the majority of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in China.
Dacheng’s Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring practice is one of its key practice areas.
Walker Morris announces two partner promotions as well as eight director promotions.
Taylor Wessing has added a fresh batch of data-protection-focused content to its Global Data Hub site.
Our restructuring and insolvency team is made up of more than 130 lawyers specialising in restructuring across 42 offices globally.
The MoJ has published its response to the government’s consultation on proposals to reform the judicial review process, setting out the reforms it intends to take forward.
The May 2013 issue of Walker Morris’s Banking Matters publication is available now.
The new Hong Kong Companies Ordinance is planned to come into operation in the first quarter of 2014.
ACH Shoosmiths has opened its new offices in the heart of Edinburgh’s business and financial district.
Walker Morris has been appointed to advise the administrator of Farnborough Football & Social Club following the announcement of its administration on 26 April.
The April 2013 issue of Taylor Wessing’s Restructuring & Corporate Recovery Update is available now.
Hogan Lovells, Linklaters and Sullivan & Cromwell have won lead roles as Eastman Kodak offloads its personal film business to UK pensioners.
Osborne Clarke (OC) has swelled its UK partnership headcount to 100 after signing up its eighth City partner this year in the shape of Speechly Bircham restructuring specialist Keith Bordell.
Issue 9 of DLA Piper’s Law à la Mode publication is available now.
Appleby has announced the promotion of three lawyers to the partnership and the appointment of five lawyers to the position of counsel.
A former Cobbetts partner reportedly owed £365,000 by the failed firm has been appointed to the defunct Manchester outfit’s creditors’ committee.
The lawyers in our restructuring and insolvency group have extensive experience in advising on the restructuring of businesses and formal insolvencies for the stakeholders of distressed businesses.
Former Dewey & LeBoeuf chairman Steve Davis is set to pay $511,145 (£335,000) to the defunct firm’s liquidation trust to resolve claims against him in relation to the US outfit’s dramatic collapse last year.
Mann J has refused an application by HSBC pursuant to a letter of request for assistance seeking the appointment of administrators over Tambrook.