Racing to capitalize on deal work tied to Africa's abundance of natural resources, Am Law 100 firms are opening offices and forging alliances across the booming continent. Now DLA Piper, the world's
* Gibson Dunn advising Hong Kong teleco on proposed $2.4 billion acquisition of local rival* Allen & Gledhill, Simpson on GIC's $2.8 billion buyout of Blackstone's stake in a London development* King
...Iris Duchetsmann was previously a Shanghai partner with Eversheds. She focuses on cross-border...
In 2013, European dealmaking showed its first signs of health in five years
...with local practices. Most recently, in October, U.K. firm Eversheds announced the latest incarnation of its African strategy. Having split with South...
... National U.K. law firm Eversheds has elected litigation...
The U.S. set a record for law firm mergers in 2013, even if a few late year unions failed to materialize. Now large firms in the U.K., Canada and South Africa firm are getting into the act, with four
The American Lawyer
With five weeks left, 2013 is already a record-setting year for tie-ups involving U.S. law firms. And as the latest spate of deals pushed the total number of mergers announced so far to 78—past
...Routledge Modise was formerly in a formal alliance with U.K. firm Eversheds, but ...
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