The Asian Lawyer
The Seoul-based partner is guiding Samsung Display through a complex $2.3 billion agreement with longtime business partner Corning Inc.
The Australian gaming and entertainment has struck a deal with the New South Wales government.
By Quiteria Leung, November 14, 2013 :: Deals
* Vinson & Elkins on CNPC's $2.6 billion Peruvian oilfield buy
* MoFo and Wilson Sonsini take the lead on a $917 million Chinese semiconductor deal
* Clifford Chance helps MSG giant Ajinomoto buy into the Turkish sauce market
The Hong Kong-listed Chinese developer is raising the money in order to refinance existing debt.
The Chinese state-owned oil giant is buying its Brazilian counterpart's stake in three oil and gas fields in Peru.
The Singapore firm has agreed to work with 10-lawyer Kuala Lumpur firm Foong & Partners.
Tsinghua Unigroup has proposed to acquire U.S.-listed Chinese semiconductor maker RDA Microelectronics for $917 million.
The Magic Circle firm is advising the Singaporean sovereign wealth fund on its joint purchase of a 9.9 percent interest in the Bank of the Philippine Islands.
By Anna Zhang, November 11, 2013 :: Firms
A decade ago this week, the 40 partners of Taipei law firm Lee and Li agreed to repay tens of millions embezzled from client SanDisk Corp. out of their own pockets. Now the firm is almost free and clear, and says it is stronger than ever.
The shifting market, a series of departures and leadership changes—in the U.S. as well as Asia—have raised questions about the firm's Asia strategy. But chairman Bradley Butwin insists that O'Melveny's commitment to Asia is as strong as it ever was.
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