...investment funds. In 2011, Shanghai unveiled its Qualified Foreign Limited Partner program (“QFLP”). Under the QFLP, foreign-invested private equity funds and fund management companies...
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Singapore has attracted droves of international firms, but several of the most elite names in the business remain conspicuously absent from the island nation's growth story
The Daily Report
King & Spalding is expanding its environmental litigation practice by bringing in Adam Sowatzka as a partner from Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, where he was a shareholder
...Day; and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher are the four firms that received QFLP status, Singapore's Ministry of Law announced Tuesday. Unlike other foreign firms...
...Sidley became one of the first 10 law...
...Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher are the four firms that received QFLP status, Singapores Ministry of Law ...
Clifford Chance has entered into a formal law alliance with newly established Singapore litigation boutique Cavenagh Law, with the intention of helping the Magic Circle firm's clients gain access to
Two senior WongPartnership partners are joining Cavenagh Law, a Singapore litigation boutique created in October for the purpose of entering into a formal law alliance with Clifford Chance
The end of the third quarter and the start of the fourth have seen Am Law 200 and major international firms busy expanding operations in various corners of the world, while regional shops focused on
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