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Mayer Brown JSM Bangkok boosts restructuring and insolvency practice

29 August 2014 by Hill Choi Lee

Senior consultant Ian Chapman to work from the firm’s Bangkok and Hong Kong offices

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Ashurst in Asia-Pacific hiring spree

22 August 2014 by Adam Majeed

Firm boosts restructuring and high-yield capability at O’Melveny & Myers and White & Case’s expense

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Malaysia associations

13 August 2014 by Sam Kenworthy

Sam Kenworthy of Hughes Castell looks at the increasing trend for associations in Malaysia's legal market

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Deal round-up - June 2014

07 July 2014 by IFLR1000 reporters

IFLR1000's selection of the most important transactions from June 2014

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Deal round-up - May 2014

10 June 2014 by IFLR1000 reporters

IFLR1000's selection of the most important transactions from May 2014

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King & Wood Mallesons pair exit in Hong Kong

09 June 2014 by Adam Majeed

Senior partners leave firm with plan to establish boutique

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Squire Patton Boggs makes first ever partner hire in Beijing

06 June 2014 by Adam Majeed

Newly merged firm adds competition lawyer from Gide Loyrette Nouel

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EY expands Amsterdam corporate practice

05 June 2014 by Sam Duke

Accountancy firm continues legal push with Freshfields hire

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Unlocking Southern Africa’s energy market

04 June 2014 by James Wilson

Robert Mukiza, director of Hong Kong and Botswana-based energy company Acadia Energy and a former head of the UN Coordination in Botswana, talks to James Wilson about the opportunities opening up to domestic companies, obstacles to successful development of the energy space and the rewards for law firms that work to understand the region’s characteristics.

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Targeting early stage project development in Sub-Saharan Africa

04 June 2014 by James Wilson

Patricia Sulser, counsel at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) for over 20 years and current global lead lawyer for its early stage project development fund IFC InfraVentures, speaks to James Wilson about the organisation’s decision to target early stage development, the progress of regulatory reform in the region and how a creative approach on the part of law firms can support projects.