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Dentons loses Asia chief to Jones Day

Jones Day Reavis & Pogue is continuing to grow its Asian practice by poaching Denton Wilde Sapte’s senior partner for Asia Steven Goodman.Goodman, a corporate specialist and also head of the Hong Kong office, has been senior partner of the Asian practice since 2001. A partner since 1996, he has also been a member of […]

Martineaus loses education head to Pinsents

Pinsents’ Birmingham office has hired the head of Martineau Johnson’s education unit Nicola Hart to head its new universities practice. She has been a partner at Martineaus since 1995.

Singapore FTA gives little away

The Singapore-US Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed last week has disappointed US law firms by making little concession towards opening up the legal market to US competitors. A letter from Singapore’s minister for trade and industry to the US ambassador in the region Robert Zoellick confirmed that Singapore will admit to the local bar US-qualified […]

Ex-Stephenson Harwood partner in carbon-fighting role

Former Stephenson Harwood partner Tony Stockwell has resurfaced in an in-house role at Carbon Trust, the Government-backed and business-led company that is helping business and the public sector to cut carbon emissions.Stockwell retired from Stephenson Harwood in January this year after spending 25 years as a partner there. He joins Carbon Trust as legal adviser […]

Fried Frank offers hand of friendship to Ashursts

Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson has vowed to continue working with Ashurst Morris Crisp, despite last week’s final snub by the UK firm after protracted merger negotiations.Fried Frank’s co-managing partner Valerie Ford Jacob told The Lawyer: “We will continue working with Ashursts as we have in the past.” The original relationship was founded on […]

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