Toyota says its problems with sudden unintended acceleration are in the rearview mirror, but newly disclosed documents raise questions that experts say have not yet been answered.
Clifford Chance and Matrix Chambers are among the firms for the defense in one of Hong Kong's biggest-ever corruption cases.
Banks are nervous about Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission chief Ashley Alder's call to hold them criminally and civilly liable for IPO disclosures. But some law firms see opportunity.
Securities litigation against U.S.-listed Chinese companies may have crested.
Li Guifang and Wang Zhaofeng have been hired to represent the disgraced former party official.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has accused five Chinese accounting firms, including affiliates of the United States' "big four," of refusing to produce documents related to an agency investigation of fraud.
Ping An Insurance is disputing a story the Times published over the weekend describing how the family of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao made a fortune from holdings in the insurer.
Olam International, one of the world's largest rice and coffee traders, sued the short-selling firm and its founder Carson Block over comments Block made earlier this week at a hedge fund conference in London.
By Mike Scarcella, November 15, 2012 :: Disputes
U.S. Justice Department and SEC have issued a guide to the anti-bribery law that addresses, among other things, the definition of a foreign official and the line between proper and improper gifts.
A significant amount of yen is flowing into Southeast Asia as Japanese companies seek growth outside the country. The lawyers aren't far behind.