ASIA AND AUSTRALASIA TOP STORIES
Nabarro has recruited four new partners across its offices in Dubai, London and Manchester, including hires from Eversheds and Pinsent Masons.
29 Jan 2015 | 11:15 |
The firm has recruited US partner David Kuo for its China practice - its third senior partner hire from A&O in two years
27 Jan 2015 | 05:53 |
Why China's taste for luxury goods means law firms are still confident about inbound deal prospects...
ANALYSIS, OPINION AND INTERVIEWS
The firm's tie-up with the regions's largest law firm has attracted unjustified criticism
30 Jan 2015 | 10:49 |
Lawyers ponder whether move will trigger wave of US/UK-China tie-ups
30 Jan 2015 | 10:15 |
Timothy Steinert – general counsel for Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba – talks to Elizabeth Broomhall about the biggest IPO in history, the company's move into the movie business and his plans for a bigger legal team
23 Jan 2015 | 00:02 |
Legal Week looks at why the US firm closed its offices when others have stayed
22 Jan 2015 | 04:12 |
India practice head Chris Parsons is facing his biggest physical challenge yet as he prepares to walk from Mumbai to Bangalore in less than a month.
09 Jan 2015 | 02:17 |
Hong Kong is among Asia's more developed legal markets, of key importance to firms mostly because of its proximity to China. There was no clear pattern of activity during 2014, with some firms ramping up and others seeing partner losses, and some new ...
19 Dec 2014 | 11:49 |
Despite talks of high competition, interest in the South Korean legal market among foreign outfits only increased during 2014.
19 Dec 2014 | 11:27 |
As the major hub for South East Asia, the island city-state of Singapore continues to attract investment. Yet it still posed a number of challenges for foreign outfits during 2014, ranging from local practice restrictions to fee pressure. Early in the...
19 Dec 2014 | 11:23 |
The world's second largest economy continues to impose practice restrictions on foreign law firms. For this reason, internationals were focused on trying to crack the market.
19 Dec 2014 | 11:21 |
Fast GDP growth in Indonesia, an end to sanctions in Myanmar and ambitious government plans in India are among the top reasons for recent foreign interest in South East Asia.
19 Dec 2014 | 11:13 |