White & Case hires M&A partner in Tokyo from MHM 12 Oct 2021 By Mari Iwata
Dentons gets Asia real estate head from Paul Hastings 12 Oct 2021 By Aparna Sai
HK: Weil hires restructuring partner from Ropes 12 Oct 2021 By Aparna Sai
Pinsent Masons HK head passes away 12 Oct 2021 By Aparna Sai
SG now home to more than 1,000 law firms, 6,300 lawyers: report 12 Oct 2021 By Aparna Sai
In the past few years, Singapore has been building itself as a key dispute resolution hub for the region. Parties from around the world can now resolve their disputes in Singapore via a variety of methods and forums, including litigation at the SICC, arbitration at the SIAC, and mediation at the SIMC.
Kate Hodson, Partner and Head of ESG (Legal) at Ogier, discusses how the role that law firms can play in ESG, how firms can embed ESG and sustainability within their own business, and the key market challenges that Ogier is looking to address.
With China Evergrande Group's default deadline drawing closer, offshore bond investors in the property developer are pondering their legal options to safeguard their investments.
Mayer Brown said on Friday it had withdrawn from helping a Hong Kong university remove a statue honouring slain Tiananmen Square protesters after the firm's role sparked condemnation from human rights groups and U.S. politicians.
Khaitan & Co has advised India’s Tata Motors on its 75 billion rupees ($1 billion) fundraise from private equity firm TPG’s Rise Climate Fund, which was represented by Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas and Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton.
As the government commences a regulatory overhaul of Macau, the world’s biggest gambling hub, lawyers and businesses are reading the tea leaves and gearing up for change.
Desai & Diwanji has advised India conglomerate Shapoorji Pallonji on the 44 billion rupees ($597 million) sale of controlling stake in its subsidiary Eureka Forbes, worth to U.S. private equity firm Advent International. AZB & Partners represented Lunolux.
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Japan’s hostility towards crypto assets is unlikely to change anytime soon, as the new head of the financial industry watchdog recently reiterated the country’s tough regulatory stance.