Ashurst, Clifford Chance and Herbert Smith Freehills have represented various parties in a Franco-Chinese consortium that won the deal to build the $23 billion (18 billion pounds) Hinkley Point C, the UK’s first new nuclear power station in over 20 years.
Microsoft Corp said on Tuesday that allegations of potential bribery by employees in China, Romania and Italy should be reviewed by U.S. agencies and its own compliance unit, but declined to address the specifics of any cases.
Global buyout firm Carlyle Group engaged Linklaters as legal adviser for its $137 million investment in China’s home appliances giant Haier Electronics Group Co through convertible bonds.
Allen & Overy and Linklaters have advised on British supermarket chain operator Tesco’s RMB 725 billion dim sum bond issuance.
Ropes & Gray has appointed Geoffrey Lin as a partner in its Shanghai office. Lin, who is an intellectual property lawyer with more than six years experience in advising clients on non-contentious and contentious IP matters across the region, joins the firm from the Shanghai office of Hogan Lovells
Chinese law firm Guo & Partners has struck a long-term partner cooperation agreement with prominent Pakistan-based law firm Rizvi, Isa, Afridi & Angell (RIAALAW).
US law firm Dorsey & Whitney has entered into a ‘special counsel’ relationship with local PRC firm, Martin Hu & Partners (MHP) following the departure of two Shanghai-based partners to international rivals
While Google Inc's (GOOG.O) acquisition of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc (MMI.N) would clearly be a boon for one top litigation boutique, some other prominent law firms could lose out.
Mayer Brown JSM and Allen & Overy have advised on XacBank LLC’s establishment of a US$300 million Euro Medium Term Note programme.
Baker & McKenzie has seen an across-the-board increase in its revenues and profit-per-partner (PPP) figures for the 2011 financial year.