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Partner moves and firm updates for the week of June 12

13 June 2017 by Asia law

Latest moves and updates from Thailand, China and Australia

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New Zealand calls for gender pay equity with new Bill

06 June 2017 by Asia law

New Zealand is tabling a new Bill that will provide a bargaining framework for gender pay equity claims.

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Partner moves and firm updates for week of May 29

31 May 2017 by Asia law

Trilegal, Holden Redlich, AZB & Partners and Clasis Law have all welcomed new partners this week.

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Partner moves and firm updates for the week of May 22

22 May 2017 by Asia law

Latest partner moves and firm updates from India, China, Hong Kong and Indonesia

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Partner moves and firm updates of the week of May 15

15 May 2017 by Asia law

Latest partner moves and firm updates from China, India and Australia

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Queensland’s new rules extend environmental liability to individuals and related entities

12 May 2017 by Asia law

The government in the Australian state of Queensland could have to spend millions of dollars of taxpayers’ money on environmental liabilities of contaminated sites and has decided to change the law to stop that from happening in the future.

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Partner moves and firm updates of the week of May 8

09 May 2017 by Asia law

Latest partner moves and firm updates from Singapore, India, Hong Kong and Australia

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Moves and updates of the week for April 18

19 April 2017 by Asia law

Australian and Indian firms have made new appointments.

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Enter now for the Asialaw Dispute Resolution Awards 2017 [Cloned]

19 April 2017 by Asia law

The research process for this year’s Asialaw Dispute Resolution Awards is under way. The awards will be presented at a dinner in Hong Kong in September.

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Developments in commercial litigation in Singapore

05 April 2017 by Eddee Ng

A high-profile case in the art world has spawned much interest in the circumstances under which a Mareva injunction is granted. This case has also drawn attention to how the newly-constituted Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) may impact upon the issue of whether Singapore is the appropriate forum in matters where there are significant foreign elements, reports Eddee Ng of TKQP