Yun Kriegler

Yun is The Lawyer’s international editor, covering legal news from around the world.

London

KWM 2.0 stages fightback with first financials since relaunch

King & Wood Mallesons’ London office generated nearly £12m in the first year since its relaunch, The Lawyer has learnt. The office opened at the start of 2017, with its financials corresponding to its first 12 months of operating. KWM’s UK revenue of £11.8m would put it at the 183rd position in this year’s The […]

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Ince exits continue as more details of tie-up emerge

Ince & Co offshore energy duo Renaud Barbier-Emery and Jonathan Goldfarb have become the latest partners to leave the firm as it prepares for its reverse takeover by AIM-listed Gordon Dadds. The pair are joining Norwegian firm Wikborg Rein’s London office as partners. They will be joined by several members of junior legal staff who […]

Hong Kong

Paul Hastings Hong Kong chair moves in-house for global GC role

Paul Hastings’ Hong Kong partner and office chair Steve Winegar has moved in-house, taking up a new role as international general counsel at Chinese insurance giant Ping An. The move will see Winegar returning to an in-house position in the financial sector. He joined Paul Hastings as a corporate partner in 2010 from Goldman Sachs, […]

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CC and Skadden take lion’s share of M&A fees for CME-NEX deal

Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom and Clifford Chance are among the legal advisers who will share approximately £14m in legal fees, as US giant CME Group completes the £4.3bn purchase of its UK trading and technology rival NEX Group. Skadden acted for longstanding client CME, and its team on this transaction was led by […]

Dublin, Ireland

Dechert launches training contracts in Dublin

Dechert has begun offering training contracts in its Dublin office, as the US firm eyes growth opportunities in the Irish market. Dechert launched training contracts in its Dublin office in the second half of 2017 by taking on two local law graduates as trainees. It is understood that the US firm will offer two or […]

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