The Asian Lawyer
An Australian federal court ruled for DC Comics in rejecting a local fitness company's attempt to register a "Superman Workout" trademark.
The Chinese state-owned utility has agreed to buy Australian power assets believed to be worth almost $4 billion.
The listing of Asian Pay Television Trust, an investment vehicle for Taiwan's largest cable television operator, is expected to be the second-largest in Singapore so far this year.
A consortium led by Blackstone Group is proposing to take China's largest IT outsourcing company private.
If successful, the $270 million listing will be the first in Hong Kong by a Korean company.
Nishant Menon and Neeraj Grover have joined Kochhar from Dua Associates and Zeus IP, respectively.
The U.K. firm has brought aboard former Dewey & LeBoeuf Beijing office head Ingrid Zhu-Clark.
No reason has yet been given for Tony O'Malley's "mutually agreed" stepping down.
Former Kim & Chang senior foreign attorney John Rhie will relocate from Seoul to head the U.S. litigation firm's Asia international arbitration practice.
A significant amount of yen is flowing into Southeast Asia as Japanese companies seek growth outside the country. The lawyers aren't far behind.