KWM Europe delays administration with second intention of notice to appoint administrators

Filing gives firm’s China arm more time to finalise deals to retain European partners

KWM-Ripped-Sign

King & Wood Mallesons’ (KWM) European arm has delayed a move into administration by filing a second intention of notice to appoint administrators.

The firm made the filing earlier this morning (10 January) in the High Court, a move that had been expected by multiple partners and sources close to the firm.

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