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Kevin Bowers leaves Tanner De Witt to set up his own firm

01 April 2020 by Asia law

Bowers leaves Tanner De Witt after a year

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Mayer Brown boosts IP & TMT practice in Hong Kong

11 March 2020 by Asia law

Two solicitors got promoted to partner and counsel, respectively

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Guantao advises CCCC on its $1.5 billion perpetual securities issuance

10 March 2020 by Asia law

With Allen & Overy advising the joint lead managers and joint bookrunners

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ELLALAN welcomes former Mayer Brown IP partner

04 March 2020 by Asia law

Rosita Li joins firm as senior consultant

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Five partners break away from Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill to form new firm

03 March 2020 by Asia law

Rosli Dahlan Saravana Partnership to set out on hiring spree

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Access To Justice – Is This A Given In Hong Kong?

29 February 2020 by Asia law

Many of us believe access to justice is a given in Hong Kong, yet this is not always the case. A case in point is a migrant domestic worker (“MDW”) who is unfairly dismissed and has to pursue his/her claim before the Labour Tribunal and/or the Small Claims Tribunal.

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asialaw research 2021 - RESEARCH WEBINAR

21 February 2020 by Asia law

The 2021 asialaw Profiles and asialaw Leading Lawyers research has begun and we’d like to invite you to join our webinar to learn more about the submission and research process.

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Jingtian & Gongcheng advises on Huaneng Renewables’ $2 billion privatisation deal

19 February 2020 by Asia law

This is by far the largest privatisation transaction among Hong Kong-listed energy companies as well as state-own enterprises

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Novel Coronavirus fallout: Implications for businesses and operations

13 February 2020 by Asia law

The World Health Organization has recently declared a global health emergency over a novel coronavirus that has killed hundreds in mainland China since December 2019, and is continuing to infect many others across the globe. As the disease continues to spread, governments and organizations have rolled out measures such as closure of borders, factories, offices, shops and theme parks as well as suspension of flights to curb i

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How to (better) understand a general counsel

13 February 2020 by Asia law

General counsels and in-house legal teams’ reality have been evolving in past years at a pace that is not always accompanied by law firms. Getting to know what triggered and is triggering this change is fundamental for law firms to be better equipped and be more competent in their approaches.