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Dentons sets up shop in South Africa through local tie-up

Dentons is opening in South Africa through a tie-up with associated firm KapdiTwala, in a bid to boost its presence in the jurisdic...

09 Apr 2014 | 15:59 | secure

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Saudi Aramco, Dubai Group and Mastercard lead in-house shortlists for Corporate Counsel Middle East Awards

Saudi Aramco, Dubai Group and Mastercard are among the in-house nominees set to go head-to-head at the third annual Corporate Couns...

2 April 2014 | 10:56

Dentons sets sights on Squire Sanders' merger target Patton Boggs

Dentons has muscled in on merger talks between Squire Sanders and Patton Boggs, confirming that it has made an offer to combine wit...

1 April 2014 | 22:03

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Allure undimmed – why international firms are queuing up to grab a piece of the Canadian market

Troubles in Canada's energy industry have taken the shine off its economy, but this has done little to deter the host of international outfits eager to tap into the market. With firms such as Dentons and Norton Rose Fulbright already active there, Jam...

22 Jan 2014 | 09:30 | secure

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A continent on the rise – why top law firms are eager to tap into the African market

Andrew Jones of Linklaters is doing it. Kem Ihenacho of Clifford Chance (CC) is doing it. Philip Stopford and Stuart Matty of White & Case, Dentons' Paul Bugingo, Covington & Burling's Witney Schneidman – turns out they're all at it too. Regularly. ...

22 Nov 2013 | 00:00 | secure

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A new dawn for disputes – new African arbitration centres ready to make their mark

International companies still prefer to do their arbitration outside Africa, but Egypt, Nigeria, South Africa and Mauritius could soon provide viable alternatives, say Liz Tout and Dan Bodle of Dentons...

22 Nov 2013 | 00:00 | secure

INTERVIEWS AND PROFILES

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Dealmaker: Richard Macklin

Dentons co-head of corporate Richard Macklin on bizarre jargon, burning offices and stacking shelves

04 Nov 2009 | 11:05 | secure

Leading lawyers lay predictions bare as year of the credit crunch comes to a close

Leading partners sum up the year just gone and the year ahead: will 2007 be remembered for anything other than the credit crunch?

13 Dec 2007 | 02:07 | secure

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