Debevoise Names New International Counsel in Hong Kong

He regularly represents private equity sponsors and multinational corporations in a range of corporate transactions, including cross-border mergers and acquisitions, minority and control investments, secondary transactions and capital market offerings.


Ex-Slaughter, Linklaters Lawyers Fail to Dismiss Lawsuit

A former Slaughter and May lawyer and her boyfriend who worked for Linklaters LLP lost a bid to dismiss a Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission lawsuit alleging they used inside information to trade shares.


Withers expands Asian family practice

The newly appointed Chinese team members will further expand and strengthen our offering to the growing Chinese high net worth market.


Former Indian Bank chief, four others sentenced

A CBI court sentenced on Wednesday former Indian Bank chairman and managing director M Gopalakrishnan and four others to one year imprisonment for defrauding various branches of the bank to the tune of about Rs. 6.5 crore.


UBS fined on Newcrest sale

The breach had the potential to damage the reputation and integrity of the market but was inadvertent on the part of UBS