Mayer Brown loses its spot as Japanese bank Nomura reviews its legal panel

US firm misses out after signing up to panel in 2010 as White & Case and Slaughter and May gain new places

City-of-London-Article-201606261633Mayer Brown has lost its spot on Japanese bank Nomura’s legal panel after a review, which saw eight new entrants.

The US firm was one of the first law firms to sign up to the panel. It originally won a hotly contested place on the bank’s Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) legal roster in 2010, when it was first set up.

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