By Anna Zhang, October 17, 2013 :: Singapore
The new program, which will be housed at the Singapore Institute of Management's SIM University, will help address a "critical shortage" of certain types of practitioners.
The U.S. firm, which merged with midsizeAustralian firm Middletons at the beginning of the year, bolstered its Perth, Sydney, and Melbourne offices.
Iain Anderson was most recently head of the Asia insurance and reinsurance practice for Ince & Co.
High Court Justice Quentin Loh again stated that lifting Singapore's ban on gay male sex was up to Parliament, not the courts.
It's the latest barristers' chambers to open an Asian outpost.
Prakash Pillai was previously a partner and head of the South Asia practice for Rajah & Tann.
Suntec's real estate investment trust is seeking to raise funds to refinance its existing borrowings.
The firm has hired lawyers from White & Case and Watson, Farley & Williams to bolster its energy and capital markets practices.
Nicholas Grambas joins from the Melbourne office of Gilbert + Tobin.
For international firms, China has generally been a tale of two cities: Beijing and Shanghai. But a number of firms are starting to eye second-tier markets like Chongqing, Dalian, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Qingdao.