Asian outsourcing on the agenda as HSF's new disputes chief aims to better market practice

Justin D'Agostino will have plenty on his plate when he formally takes over as Herbert Smith Freehills' (HSF) global dispute resolution head on 1 May.

Justin D’Agostino will have plenty on his plate when he formally takes over as Herbert Smith Freehills’ (HSF) global dispute resolution head on 1 May.

While he will be handing over his China managing partner responsibilities to someone else, he has some pretty big shoes to fill replacing Sonya Leydecker – the firm’s heavyweight incoming joint chief executive. Given his intention to continue fee-earning work, it could prove to be quite a workload.

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