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23 July 2018 by
Mori Hamada & Matsumoto to open office in Ho Chi Minh City in August 2018 *Press Release*
29 May 2018 by
asialaw & Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Awards September 20 2018 | Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong
29 November 2017 by
On November 28, the best national and regional law firms from across the region gathered at the JW Marriott in Hong Kong for the inaugural Asialaw Asia-Pacific Legal Practice Awards.
10 November 2017 by
The best female lawyers from across the region, gathered at the JW Marriott in Hong Kong on
29 September 2017 by
Asialaw recognises Asia's leading dispute resolution firms and individuals
21 September 2017 by
The nominations for the third annual Asialaw Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Awards have been announced
08 September 2017 by
Meet Denise Ho, Head of Legal, Asia Pacific (ex China) at Tesla. Passionate about technology, innovation and sustainable energy, she has found she thrives in a fast-paced environment that is always changing and keeps her thinking on her feet. That is what she has at Tesla, which is quickly expanding into different markets with its electric vehicles and energy products. She tells Asialaw about her career change from a M&A lawyer to the in-house role at Tesla and the challenging yet fulfilling aspects of her job.
04 September 2017 by
The Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (IPONZ) became a participant patent office in the Global Patent Prosecution Highway (GPPH) on July 6.
07 August 2017 by
Japan has launched significant new corporate governance reform by revising its Stewardship Code, which requires institutional investors to disclose voting records for investments and establish governance structures to prevent conflicts of interest. The challenges will be in how the changes are implemented ahead, including how existing legislation might conflict with the controversial subject of collective engagement between investors and the companies they invest in.
02 August 2017 by
From the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel to the Nokia ringtone and the stripes of 7-Eleven convenience stores, Karry Lai explains why non-traditional trade mark innovation in Asia is more than meets the eye