By Jessica Seah, May 24, 2013 :: Singapore
The U.S. university said enrollments had been lower than expected and that the program had failed to become self-financing.
Daniel Levison is moving from the firm's Tokyo office to spearhead a Southeast Asia anti-corruption and compliance group.
The court cited discovery failures in throwing out an earlier decision finding that an individual investor owed a bank $5 million for losses incurred in a structured financial product.
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.
The Stephenson Harwood associate firm has brought aboard partner Colin Jarrow from Duane Morris & Selvam.
Lim Sin Teck is the second new partner hire Singapore's Stamford has announced this week.
A significant amount of yen is flowing into Southeast Asia as Japanese companies seek growth outside the country. The lawyers aren't far behind.